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Would the laguna 2 alloys look good on the laguna 1? what alloys would look good? which size af alloy and tyre would be the best for the car?
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Again, it's up to you as to what looks good, and whether it's worth the cost. Check out the following link (found on Google) and it's showing the same part numbers for the 5 stud Lag 1 and the Lag 2, so wheels off the Lag 2 should fit. 19" appears to be about as far as you can realistically go, though looking at the prices will probably make you want to compromise on something a bit smaller anyway.

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If you go for Lag 2 alloys, then most of the 17" ones on offer will be the Silverstones. Beware, as these are notorious for being made out of silly putty and buckling if you drive over a pebble at more than 10mph.
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Hi there, GFS, GSF Car Parts, cheap car parts direct to you stock lowering springs for the front of your Lag (35mm drop) at 45.00 each + vat,
however, if you wish to lower the rear it will mean adjusting the torsion bar as there are no springs and this will mean the use of special tools to re- adjust the suspension geometry,
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