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Name the product not Alloy gator....

Discussion in 'The UK and Ireland' started by Fellsteruk, Apr 6, 2018.

  1. Fellsteruk

    Fellsteruk Active Member

    Feb 24, 2018
    North West, UK
    Hey all,

    Been looking at the Alloy Gators which is what i thought i had on my existing car "was installed when i got it" but clearly these are something very different as they are rubber rather than hard plastic, they have done the job but not a clue what they are called...

    Any ideas...?
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  2. sidmini

    sidmini Banned

    Dec 1, 2015
    Never seen those ones! with the alloygators be careful i have heard some horror stories where they come off when driving on the motorway and cause extensive damage and scratches to the wheel arches! I guess it depends who installs them and how often you check their condition. If it was me I would not bother with them at all, it costs £50 to refurb a wheel in any colour and for £200 you can have a brand new looking set of wheels vs £thousands of pounds of damage. i actually bought a set of these but never installed them! Alloy Wheel Rim Protection from Rimblades LTD

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