Alloys - what car they from

SRGTD

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If they’re genuine Seat alloys then they should have the Seat part number on the reverse side of the spokes, along with other details such as size and offset. You can then do a Google search on the part number which may help you identify which Seat model they were originally fitted to.
 

89krisd

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Aug 19, 2018
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If they’re genuine Seat alloys then they should have the Seat part number on the reverse side of the spokes, along with other details such as size and offset. You can then do a Google search on the part number which may help you identify which Seat model they were originally fitted to.
Thanks for the reply. It's got all the other details on the back but I could not see a part number. I presumed it's a genuine seat alloy as it has seat sport on the front?
 
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