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LY Clio 182



Ant1

ClioSport Club Member
Just dropped it off for the following.

- Full cambelt kit including auxiliary, tentsioners, and water pump.
- Inner arb bushes.
- Aircon regass.
- Rear axel spacers.
- Power steering flush.
- Oil and all filters.

Got a set of 182 alloys with virtually new 888s to collect tomorrow. Not bad for £125!

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Ant1

ClioSport Club Member
Did you call the previous owner a gimp as you drove off for abusing a LY Clio? I hope so😂.
Few things went through my mind, didn’t realise the welsh were so cheap 😝😝😜

Collected the 182 alloys today with the 888s. All have 4mm left across the tyre which is grand. Correct size also, 195-50-16.

Sourced a mint set of turinis without tyres so trying to decide if I should go with those, £560 all in with tyres fitted, or £320 with 182 alloys refurbed and tyres fitted. Choices choices.
 

Gus

ClioSport Moderator
  182Turbo,DCi90
Few things went through my mind, didn’t realise the welsh were so cheap 😝😝😜

Collected the 182 alloys today with the 888s. All have 4mm left across the tyre which is grand. Correct size also, 195-50-16.

Sourced a mint set of turinis without tyres so trying to decide if I should go with those, £560 all in with tyres fitted, or £320 with 182 alloys refurbed and tyres fitted. Choices choices.
Correct size would be 195/205 45 r16 wouldn't it ?
 

Ant1

ClioSport Club Member
Ok just got the car back from the following work..... paid £430 for labour as I supplied the parts.

- Full cambelt kit including auxiliary, tensioners, and water pump.
- Inner arb bushes.
- Aircon regass.
- Rear axel spacers.
- Power steering flush.
- Oil and all filters.
- Gearbox mount
- Engine mount

Spent a few hrs fitting a acceptable steering wheel, mint front door cards and window switches, sorting the stereo wiring, fitting the temporary headunit, and mint dash inserts.

Certainly feels and looks much nicer to look at. Now need to remove seats, clean carpets, fitting other interior trims and replacement seats. Oh and clean the minging seatbelts.

Got dark so pics aren’t the best.

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