This weekend I fitted some new wheels (14inch Revolution Alloys) that I saw for sale on the WSCC forum.
I got a set of 5 with good Toyo CF1 tyres for £300 delivered from Edinburgh.
At first try they would not fit, as they have an unusual wheel nut design, whereby the nuts have a shank very nearly the thickness of the wheel and fit through a machined hole in the rim.
The trouble was, the wheel bolts had a splined shank section, this prevented the wheels tightening fully.
This was overcome by adding a 5mm wheel spacer to each corner – the bolts now tighten down perfectly.
These went on pretty simply, the only thing to look out for is the flexible brake hose routing to ensure that it is not pulled when on full lock.
Anyway the difference is staggering, the car stops so much better – directional stability under braking was improved further still by adding 2 clicks front and 1 click rear on the dampers.