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New GEN4 wheel designs coming?

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27 Jul 2019 11:39 #211533 by AlexK
Just noticed that Suzuki JP's accessory brochure appears to have been updated with a couple of different wheel designs - one alloy, one steel - unless it's just something I've missed.







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27 Jul 2019 20:43 #211554 by OctaneJimny
Love those steelies. Could see having a set of winters on them. Thanks for the share.

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27 Jul 2019 20:48 #211556 by Andy2640
Them bottom steelies are calling me!! "Buy me....buy me".

Old school, and more jimny suited imo. Beeen thinking of changing rims for a while.

Tyres look much more pronounced with deep concave type steelies.

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27 Jul 2019 21:43 #211559 by Bob1050
Current OEM spec alloys are just fine as is - and in the dark grey finish they don't show the brake dust the day after I deep clean them. As for the steel rims - they have a particular 'low budget' visual look to them - if the price is low enough I might buy a set for winter use?

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28 Jul 2019 07:06 - 28 Jul 2019 07:12 #211572 by mlines
UK one has an alloy option as well. But as you currently have zero choice in what turns up it is pretty much useless although dealers can offer them as an after market sale

I will see if I can find the picture

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02 Aug 2019 14:32 #211736 by facade
Those are kei cars, will the wheels be big enough for UK cars?

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02 Aug 2019 15:36 #211743 by AlexK
That's a good point, the same alloy design is shown in the Sierra brochure, but I forgot to check the specs. I'd not noticed before, but it seems the Kei car uses 16-inch wheels; they're listed as 16x5.5J. No backspacing specs, which I imagine are vastly different. The Sierra's are gunmetal, too, while these are listed as silver.

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