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Old 7th January 2008, 19:01   #136
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Thanks buddy, mostly planing to stick to the original rims.
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Akshay..lenzo Glanzo wheel photos looking awesome. But unfortunately i don't find the model in the Lenzo Brochure..... Can u clarify from where u got the model name?
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Akshay..lenzo Glanzo wheel photos looking awesome. But unfortunately i don't find the model in the Lenzo Brochure..... Can u clarify from where u got the model name?
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I say stick with the stock alloys. They are not that bad. The OE alloys are generally of very good quality. I don't know brand toyota use but the SX4 has Enkei so does the mitsu lancer sfxi.
Innova OE alloys are made by Bharat Forge
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I have seen quite a few innova s running on accord OE alloy s but never had a word with any of the user s !! Now my accord and innova both need a tyre change and planning to treat the innova with accord s alloy s and upsizing the accord with 16 ' they come as OE for V6 i dont see any problem there can any body put light to these swaps ??
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Would look good, but would you let the honda logo remain in there in the alloy when you put it up in Innova?
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Would look good, but would you let the honda logo remain in there in the alloy when you put it up in Innova?
Hey that s a trivial matter which will surely be taken care of after installment but is there any technical hassle concerning such a swap that s what i wanted to know from tyre alloy gurus
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No problem in fitting the Accord rims on to the Innova. Should fit without any issues.
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Hi,

My Innova G3 is just about reaching 40K and is showing wear and tear of the tyres. I intend to replace this in the next month or so.

My plan is to replace the tyres and give it an alloy upgrade.

All suggestions and recommendations welcome. I am based in Bangalore and I would love to hear from you about vendors who sell both.

-Cheers!
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Hi,

My Innova G3 is just about reaching 40K and is showing wear and tear of the tyres. I intend to replace this in the next month or so.

My plan is to replace the tyres and give it an alloy upgrade.

All suggestions and recommendations welcome. I am based in Bangalore and I would love to hear from you about vendors who sell both.

-Cheers!
if you want to stick to 15" look no further than 225/60 r15 yokohama c-drives. total vfm. about as good as the michelins i reckon and a whole lot cheaper. if you want to get bigger rims then 225/50 r17 is your best bet though the ride quality will suffer.
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