Nice looking aftermarket wheels on a P2 V70

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Nice looking aftermarket wheels on a P2 V70

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Those are so clean! Not usually a fan of the more intricate wheels. Must be a pain to clean...
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Post by abscate »

I’m sticking with my Steelies and Home Depot axle block offs

Who washes their wheels? That’s why God puts puddles on the road

Get off my lawn.

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Post by reverend »

abscate wrote: Sat Sep 28, 2019 1:12 am I’m sticking with my Steelies
Steelies? I'd love to get a set of 17" steelies for mine. Did you use the Ford Escape ones?

Ideally, I'd love the look of the old Chevy/Ford steelies with the tiny slits, but the customs I've seen aren't Volvo bolt patterns and would cost a fortune anyway.

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