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GSWAGON
11-27-2004, 01:11 PM
I see these wheels in tons of Vallkra pics so they must be fairly common at least over there...

http://www.volvo240tic.com/vallis0337tum.jpg

http://www.volvo240tic.com/vallis04007tum.jpg

http://www.volvo240tic.com/vallis04153tum.jpg

Thanks,

jon

BoxDriver2
11-27-2004, 01:51 PM
Someone posted a link, i think it was Dana, to a site in europe that sold these i am pretty sure.

I used to have the link, but i can't find it.

700volts
11-27-2004, 02:12 PM
They remind me of something <b>BBS</b> would do. Whatever they are, they are b a d a s s.

Morley
11-27-2004, 02:43 PM
clicky clicky (http://www.bilprodukter.no/html_sider/superstar2004.html)

There is also a reseller in Sweden.

jao
11-27-2004, 06:25 PM
that link for the swedish distributor is:

http://www.gummihuset.com/

or a direct link to the wheels:

http://www.gummihuset.com/pages/afalgar.asp?inch=18&dept_id=405&name=S%F6k#

IIRC the 18"x8.5"s for a 2/7/940 shipped to the US run about $1700 with shipping.

they are styled after a BMW wheel. you can find copies of the BMW wheel made by Rondell. they will NOT drill for 5x108 nor will they supply undrilled wheels. the damn Rondell copies are around $800 here on ebay...

hope your pocket-book is deep ;) i'd love to see a set in the US.

-jesse

BoxDriver2
11-27-2004, 06:53 PM
According to an online exchange, 8400SEK is $1250 [just slighty over]. So shipping would be 450...ouch!

Very nice rim though, the lip is killer.

vurbo
11-28-2004, 10:00 PM
does anyone have some weight's for them?

Super1800GTR
11-28-2004, 10:33 PM
I think I've found the wheel for my car. I'd go for the 17" version. What's the offset? I didn't think an 8.5" wide rim would fit on a 240 w/o serious fender triming.

Rob