NCV3 Wheels and Tires

HMR TYM

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Not sure which wheels you are referring to but the specs look about right. But make sure you check them yourself.
yours look very nice!!

I wish we had choices for 3500's!
 

mean_in_green

>2,000,000m in MB vans
You know you can buy Alcoas in the 'States, if you like those?
 

HMR TYM

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You know you can buy Alcoas in the 'States, if you like those?
Chrome Alcoa simulators :rolleyes: yes that's the extent of your options. I'll probably end up with those. I have an Eagle brand on my others.
 

mean_in_green

>2,000,000m in MB vans
Oh, okay. I thought I had read on here that you could get pukka made from billet Alcoas over there as well as the generic bolt on simulators?

EDIT: These?
 
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HMR TYM

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Oh, okay. I thought I had read on here that you could get pukka made from billet Alcoas over there as well as the generic bolt on simulators?

EDIT: These?
thanks for that. I may order the 4, i never really liked the caps. They make noises no matter how well aligned or torqued.
 

mean_in_green

>2,000,000m in MB vans
I really like them too, if I had gone for a six wheeler instead of a SuSi axle I'd have imported some. Actually I can't believe Alcoa don't retail them in Europe.
 

HMR TYM

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i'll be getting those, in April 2013.
 

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T.J.T

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My wheels are 9,5"x19". But they are also available in 8,5"x19" or 18"
Got the wheels at a local shop here in Holland, I have also seen them a few times on Ebay where a german company sells and ships them.

http://www.hartmann-tuning.com/index.php?id=156 also sells them but with an +/- 100% profit margin, expensive!
Thats a really slick body package on that sprinter, where is that from :hmmm:
 

eendmans

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BigBlueBus

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gary 32

07 ncv3 pv
wheres the creativity??

Come on guys let's up the effort level :dripsarcasm::dripsarcasm:nice choice BBB.
Seriously thanks to everyone for posting their results, eendmans deserves honorable mention.
 

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BigBlueBus

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Re: wheres the creativity??

Come on guys let's up the effort level....
Effort?
It took A LOT of searching and LOTS of convincing for a wheel distributor to custom drill a set of wheels for me, that I actually liked.:thumbup:
There are practically NO wheels for Sprinters off the shelf.
 

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