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    New Website - New virtual fitting bay!

    So, it's been a long time in coming, but we finally have a new virtual fitting bay, as part of our new website.

    https://www.rarerims.co.uk/

    It's a much higher resolution than before, and has a lot more wheels, which you can now filter by specification!

    We hope you like it and find it useful

    Currently there are around 530 wheels on there to try, with about the same still be be uploaded, more are being added all the time.

    Enjoy!

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    decent setup that. Now to find a decent side profile of a certain mk1 escort

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    Looks good.

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    Thanks chaps Now over 600 wheels on there, but still a way to go.

    The full quota are on the shop area, just need to make them into the format for the fitting bay

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    Was looking for something maybe for the new daily but can't find anything in a size I think would be good.

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    Tell me more... I may be able to help a bit

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    Citroen c3 airdream which come with 16x6 et25. so size that pokes a little more than standard and doesn't interfere with struts seems a bit awkward.

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    How much room do you have between your wheel and strut at present?

    And are you thinking 16" or 17"?

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    Will have a look.

    Depends on style I'd say.

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    To get it just right I am thinking spacers will be your friend, as low offset 4x108 wheels in these sizes aren't overly common.

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    Yeah. That's what I was thinking. Will see what I can find.

    New site is really good by the way. Loads easier to find wheels to suit.

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    Cheers

    As you use bolts spacers are nice and easy - and there's lots of 17" 4x108 stuff in stock these days which is handy

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    That is cool!

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