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    My Car MR 206 :)

    My sik pug

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    Looks cool!
    I like your number plate too!

    You should put "E" "U" "G" "E" "O" "T" right next to the P plate!



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    that is a cool P plater car!

    Recently I've seen heaps of 405 Mi16's with P plates on them, but I still love my 505, its the last of the RWD Pugs

    Are you thinking about investing in some alloys for it?
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    yepp as soon as possible
    i just gotta find some nice ones, cant decide yet? any ideas?
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    That is very sik mate! tongue
    I personally would only fit 206Gti alloy wheels.

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    I agree with that too. I've seen some 206s with huge wheels that just don't suite them. Personally I'd try to stick to Peugeot wheels, but thats just my personal opinion approve
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    Not sure if they are available in oz but check out Fox 5 spokes
    also needs alloy fuel cap and aerial mast
    and rear spoiler (painted to same colour)
    believe me these cars tart up very nicely (like 205's)

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    Check out the 206GTi wheels I have for sale in Parts for sale!!!!! wink

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    Hey

    All the way with 206 on P plates. I am currently on my p's driving a 206, exactly the same as yours but black. I also have the same dillema of picking wheels for my car. I was thinking of going five spoke, similar to Astra SRi wheels, but still havent decided.
    All the way with 206.

    Maksim

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    Goto this site, with more than nuff photos of different PUGs in Sweden and Denmark you may draw some ideas on how to dress up your cars.
    My scandinavian is bit rusty but you should be able to tell the different wheel names in description.

    <a href="http://www.hi-speed.dk/Galleriet.html" target="_blank">http://www.hi-speed.dk/Galleriet.html</a>

    And then have a squezze at the Esscargo website to find out about custom air intakes and some subtle performance mods.

    <a href="http://www.esscargo.com.au/html/peugeot_catalog.html" target="_blank">http://www.esscargo.com.au/html/peugeot_catalog.html</a>

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    whatever you do don't waste your money on buying a set of pug wheels brand new from a dealer
    they will set you back a small fortune
    you will have to sit down when they give you a price on them but if they are anything like the GTi-6 wheels they are very pricey
    last time i priced them they were a tad under $900ea from a dealer
    for the price of a couple of pug wheels i am sure you could get a nice set of wheels that would suit your little 206
    BTW they look really nice lowered just have to watch for gutters and driveways
    mums looks good since it was lowered and the rear spoiler put on her GTi 206
    she also has the alloy fuel cap,gear knob, hand brake and pedals
    she also has the wheel arch lips on hers as well and bieng black makes it look really smart
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    Aren't they closer to $300 each?

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    out of interest i priced the wheels that are on my GTi-6 about 18months-2 yrs ago and they were $860ea then
    unless peugeot have had a big price reduction since then or that dealer was trying to make a huge killing
    when i was told that price i thought if i ever bent any of my wheels i would put them away and go to my local tyre dealer and get a set of aftermarket wheels and save money
    even now i still think i might even do that one day just in case and just put the original wheels away.
    just give your local dealer a call out of interest and ask how much the wheels are for a 206 GTi and let us all know on here
    would be interesting to see what they are asking for them
    peugeot do have other wheels through the SP range that you can get as well that might be cheaper than the original GTi ones
    i know i did hear a rumour that the GTi-6 wheels were expensive as they were trying to keep people away from buying them for normal 306's as they wanted them only on GTRi-6's and cab's to keep them distinguished from all other 306's but from having many pugs over the years i have learnt that pug wheels are never cheap compared to aftermarket wheels
    i remember when the 505's had the metric wheels new on them and people were changing them in the bush for steel wheels they could get a set of (5) metric steel wheels for the price of 1 alloy with change left over from peugeot
    people did this to keep their tyres but have a stronger wheel for the rough country roads
    3 x '78 604 SL

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    1 x '98 406 STDT troop carrier and i don't care if it stinks, i don't sniff it's arse Death by wank tank

    1 x '99 406SV 5spd wagon, time to burn more fuel

    1 x 1994 605 SV3.0

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    when i bought da car i asked him about da 206 gti wheels, and for 17" ones, it would set u back around $3000. i dunno if that includes tyres
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    Budding Architect ???? pugrambo's Avatar
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    was that for 4 or 5 wheels ?
    if for 4 that comes to $750ea or 5 comes to $600ea which sounds about right for just the wheels
    i would say that tyres are not included as they are going to be at least $2-250ea for 17" jobbies
    where as you can go to say B-Jane and get a set of 16"wheels with tyres for around $2500
    the ones that i liked i will have to find the name of them but they looked pretty good it's just a pity that i have seen them since on a few WRX's (water cooled VW's)
    3 x '78 604 SL

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    1 x '98 306 GTi6 sadly sold

    1 x secret project

    1 x '98 406 STDT troop carrier and i don't care if it stinks, i don't sniff it's arse Death by wank tank

    1 x '99 406SV 5spd wagon, time to burn more fuel

    1 x 1994 605 SV3.0

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