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DanielSon-gtt

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Wheels
« on: 23:56, Tue 19 April 2011 »
need some ideas for wheels I want Williams wheels but so hard to come by
And now Clio valver.com have a sighn up fee can't keep an eye out on there
So need some ideas guy
What sort of j will fit on
And is the offset 4x100
I've looked at a few
Ronal turbos
Williams
Turbines
Borber a's
Superleggera
What else is out there
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Ash-Lee

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Re: Wheels
« Reply #1 on: 11:58, Wed 20 April 2011 »
Bolt spacing is 4x100.

Centre is 60.1mm (aftermarket alloys usually have oversize centres so you can use spigot rings)

VW wheels will fit providing the offset is correct, same with Vauxhall from the top of my head. I know Ford wont.

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Re: Wheels
« Reply #2 on: 11:21, Mon 02 May 2011 »
ATS cup's?

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Re: Wheels
« Reply #3 on: 14:25, Mon 02 May 2011 »
there is a site that dose the replicers, i was looking at a set for my raider.. i think they do the originals aswell, summing like $119 for 1
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Re: Wheels
« Reply #4 on: 23:33, Sun 15 May 2011 »
Quote from: "Ash-Lee"
Bolt spacing is 4x100.

Centre is 60.1mm (aftermarket alloys usually have oversize centres so you can use spigot rings)

VW wheels will fit providing the offset is correct, same with Vauxhall from the top of my head. I know Ford wont.

as above but need to be wary of the centre bore on vw as from mind they're around 58mm,ford wont but nissan,vaux,volvo????,and aftermarket vw should be ok as stated with spiggot rings.

Lee