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Has anybody used any products (rimblades / alloygator etc) on their alloys ??
 

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Not on my C-HR but had alloygators fitted to my Audi, absolutely terrible results

Had them professionally installed on new tyre and alloys, one worked its way loose and kept loosing pressure on three of them, even on my way back to have them removed (a 20 mile drive) I had to stop twice to pump the tyres back up.

They may work fine on the C-HR, personally I'd just drive more carefully to ensure you don't curb the alloys.
 

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I'm not worried about me kerbing the alloys, I was thinking more of er indoors.
 

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Surely if she damages them she pays for the repairs?

Or are we all that cat-whipped :?: :lol:
 

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I got falken ecomax tyres with rim protection. Iv hit about ten kirbs. Not a mark. You would have to do 15mph at 30 degrees to get past it. Just parking should be fine. I tell girls to reverse up so its the tyres that meet the kirb first.
 
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