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Old 31st October 2009, 08:50   #1
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Smile 98 PCD Punto/Linea/Palio Alloys available

Hi,

This is good news to all the people looking for 98 PCD alloys for there Fiat cars in Bangalore.
I was looking around for 98 PCD alloys for my yet to arrive Punto .
I just checked with Anil Padival of Hot Tracks yesterday. He has 98 PCD alloys wheels from HR and he is willing to order for more.

Hes has about 3 designs each in 14" and 15". The designs numbers in his catalog that I noted down are
14": 346, 326, 333
15": 428, 431, 412.

I am not able to find the HR/Hijoin website.

His quote for 14" wheels was 18000 Rs for a set of 5.
His quote for 15" wheels was 23000Rs for a set of 5.

I went to the Victoria road showroom (after Lifestyle on the same road). But I guess he has showrooms near Residency Road and Indiranagar also.
His contact numbers are: 080 25361442/40917608.

He was on the phone with his supplier and grumbling that Linea and Punto are selling a lot and that the showroom guys are asking customers to go for 98 PCD wheels only. I was thinking in my mind that its team-bhp that is helping out owners and not the showroom guys.

Please do check it out and please do let me know of any other places in Bangalore selling 98 PCD wheels so that I can compare before buying.

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Old 31st October 2009, 09:56   #2
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Good news for Fiat owners! Thanks for sharing.
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That's a great news. I can now think of alloys for my Punto. Btw, I see that increasing number of Fiat folks are now staying away from t-bhp.

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98 PCD wheels were available in plenty before this as well. The older palios had the same PCD.

Tyre shops in Coimbatore had 5 designs at any given point of time.
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This is really a great news for Fiat owners..! Thanks a lot friend for sharing

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Btw, I see that increasing number of Fiat folks are now staying away from t-bhp.
Yeah Clevermax,I also have felt so :( Let's us hope that they all will be back with a bang
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Hmm.. interesting, some new choices other than Neo and Aura.
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That's a great news. I can now think of alloys for my Punto. Btw, I see that increasing number of Fiat folks are now staying away from t-bhp.
Maybe its because they are enjoying driving their cars a little too much to be distracted by T-BHP
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That is indeed a great news for us FIAT owners. I guess AURA stopped producing 98PCD alloys some 6 months ago.

Will look out for these ones in Delhi.
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Old 31st October 2009, 15:53   #9
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Kart, check Alloy Wheels, Car Alloy Wheels, Automotive Alloy Wheels, Chrome Alloy Wheels India for designs you're talking of and more too. It's the website of Sai Mag Wheels, the importers of HR in India.
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Thank you Karthik for the information. It will be good idea to persuade the owner of the shop to read t-bhp. He will definitely gain in both money and knowledge.
Thanks buddy.
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My brother booked a 1.3 Emotion and he wants to upgrade the shoes of her (alloys+tyre). Which will be best combo? Any good dealers in Chennai please?

How much he can get for the stock?
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Default Need help in choosing 14" alloy for Punto

Hi,

I came across these two models 98PCD 14 inch for my (Coming soon) Punto.
Which one would look good?



This one looks pretty similar to the ABARTH type, but only 75%



Appreciate your assistance
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Hi,

I came across these two models 98PCD 14 inch for my (Coming soon) Punto.
Which one would look good?



This one looks pretty similar to the ABARTH type, but only 75%



Appreciate your assistance
where are the pictures of the alloys ??
if possible post a link and the source
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where are the pictures of the alloys ??
if possible post a link and the source
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Eagle Bush, I'd go with the second one...killer design! I'm pleasantly surprised to see such an attractive alloy wheel in 98 PCD.
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