Wheel Trims and Mods

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  1. pvw10

    pvw10 Read Only Funster

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    I am not normally into bling but didnt like the std trims so bought these bad boys and think it looks a lot better IMHO.

    How about some of you peoples list your improvements so we can all benefit, or die laughing (only kidding).

    Go on dont be shy what have you done..................
     

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    Don't do "bling" but believe in making life "inside" more comfortable, Tv take off aerial points, LEDs Bits and pieces like that, decent Radio etc. Next is a CD Player, but still "discussing" that with Mrs R

    I keep threatening her with Horse Brasses, The Lady in return threatens Gelding:RollEyes:
     
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    I've just bought the silver version. My van is silver and the chrome ones looked too blingy on mine. They look better on a white van like yours....Griff :thumb:
     
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    Bought 4 from Motorhome Medics a few weeks ago. Just by you.
     
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    Spooky yes Martin from there, about 4 miles from where i live, i plan to use hime sometime soon.
     
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    Have to say. As a side, we were well impressed with the work that's been done around Gloucester Docks
     
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    I don't wish to be killjoy Paul but make sure you keep your receipt, these trims look identical to the ones fitted by my dealer. After about 9months they became pitted and a green (copper sulphate?) deposit formed on the surface of the chrome, the dealer replaced the trims with no quibble but I find a further year down the road these replacement ones are also pitting.
     
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    Thanks Tony, thats not a killjoy its a positive use of a Forum where we can all benefit from others.
    Cheers
     
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    I have to agree with you, the big old Antiques Centre is now subject to a major refit into something new and the whole area is a pleasure to walk around.
     
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    Led heaven so should save some bulb failures................
     

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    RV's tend to come with them as standard

    Most RV's have them as standard.. stainless steel full wheel trims for the read dished and the normal sort on the fronts...

    Makes the RV look great.

    Bob
     
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