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Alloy wheel fitment advice

Discussion in 'Motors' started by mk1_salami, 2 Feb 2006.

  1. mk1_salami

    Mobster

    Joined: 17 Oct 2002

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    Location: Fife, Scotland

    You probably saw the thread i opened about refurbishing my alloy wheels. I've compelted the spare wheel, but the tyre has a puncture.

    I need to know if a 16" clio 172 alloy will fit on my 205 gti 1.9 with 15's

    It'll just be a few days, so i'm not fussed about it affecting handling. I'm more concerned about fitment sizes. I'm no expert in this area. Any ideas?
     
  2. Phil W

    Sgarrista

    Joined: 19 Oct 2002

    Posts: 9,945

    Location: Jupiter

    Yes they will.
     
  3. GT3

    Sgarrista

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    Location: Chesterfield

    Er isn't the clio fitment 4x100, and the pug fitment 4x108. Centre bore and offset are probably completely wrong also.
     
  4. GT3

    Sgarrista

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    Clio 172 - PCD - 4x100, Offset - 35 to 45, Centre Bore - 60.1

    Peugeot 205 - PCD - 4x108, Offset - 15 to 25, Centre Bore - 65.1

    So no, not a hope in hell.
     
  5. mk1_salami

    Mobster

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    Location: Fife, Scotland

    Thanks GT3. Do you know what general type of wheels that would fit?

    For example, ford, vauxhall etc?
     
  6. burns

    Mobster

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    Mind if I ask where you got those stats? It's handy stuff too know.
     
  7. GT3

    Sgarrista

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    Just Peugeot and Citroen I think.

    If you were nearer I would have no problem lending you a full set of Saxo VTR alloys which would be the wrong offset so look a bit daft but would fit ok!

    A lot of Ford wheels are 4x108 but the centre bore is smaller on them so I dont think the wheel would physically go on without some form of spacer.

    Rochford Tyres online fitment guide.
     
  8. Phil W

    Sgarrista

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    wqhoops, i was thinkin citroen + pug, whoops :)