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Alloy wheels My CDX Estate has been fitted with 14'' alloys off a Vauxhall by previous owner, it handles poorly, when you accelerate it feels like the front is floating and the steering is very light. Is 14'' the correct size and where can i purchase a set of good condition s/h genuine alloys.

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  • Steve Field Jul 25, 2008

    Daewoo as a company went bust, but many dealers in UK have 'taken them under there wing' :-)

  • Steve Field Jul 26, 2008

    Thanks for trying, i had already tried e bay, never heard of the other one, but after logging onto it i find its a U.S. company. Shipping cost to U.K. are very expensive.

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I dont think your problem is in the 14" alloys. you might have some suspension part/parts worn out. check it with your mechanic. you can fit 13",14", 15", 17", inches wheels with no problem or modification at all. my steering wheel feels very light and like floating when I am going like 120MPH too.

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Id try ebay, Daewoo the company went out of buisness, also try junkyarddog.com or car-parts.com

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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