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About mward83

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  • Ford Model Fiesta Zetec S
  • Ford Year 2013
  • UK/Ireland Location Yorkshire
  • Annual Mileage 0 to 5000
  1. Thanks, I'll have a look at options this week and get back to you. Wheels also include Continental tyres. Total of 2000 miles so far, wheels have no marks or blemishes.
  2. Thanks, still not sure why the Ford dealer couldn't have just fitted one for me. Got a quote of approximately £1000 for wheels, mid-range tyres and fitting. Considering selling the 16 inch alloys as they are almost brand new.
  3. Cheers for that advice. Might try fitting at home! Anyone any ideas of rack stop prices?
  4. I have just attempted to upgrade my Fiesta 16 inch alloys to the official optional extra 7 spoke 17 inch alloys. I went to my local Ford dealer. They could not go ahead with the upgrade because they said that the new wheels may not fit properly. They spent an hour trying to fit them. Anyone know of any reason or differences between the Fiesta Zetec S? Surely the bigger wheels should fit given they are simply an optional extra?
  5. I own a 2013 Fiesta Zetec S with 16 inch standard alloys. Mistake. 17 inch looks much better so I regret not upgrading at the time of purchase! The Ford 17inch wheels look ok. Not sure how much they will be through a Ford dealer. Anyone suggest any other good alternatives?