Stacie Pardoe
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Fancy sprucing up the ‘van for next season? A set of these wheels should do the trick? Leading UK wheel house Calibre have added dedicated caravan wheels to it’s range and to celebrate we have a bespoke set of these wheels, worth up to £340 to giveaway!

Fancy sprucing up the ‘van for next season? A set of these wheels should do the trick? Leading UK wheel house Calibre have added dedicated caravan wheels to it’s range and to celebrate we have a bespoke set of these wheels, worth up to £340 to giveaway!

 

The new design is called Explorer and have been tailored to meet the greater demands of towing.

 

Safety was paramount during producing this new design and the wheel benefits from a heat-treatment process during casting to ensure that it is tough and durable. A substantial tyre bead also ensures that the chances of motorway deflation are dramatically reduced. 

 

The striking wheels are finished in an attractive black and polished rim and are available in both 6 x14” and 6 x 15” sizes, suitable for most UK and European vans. 

 

To be in with the chance of winning this stunning set of wheels enter here before midnight on 5 November 2013. 


(*T&C’s apply. Prize is a set of two or four wheels depending on the model of caravan. Prize does not include fitting but delivery to the winners preferred service provider can be arranged.)  

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