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    any cars share mk4 5stud pcd and offset?

    Hi, ive a mk4 sport, and i believe its pcd is 5 X 110, and offset et 40 sumthing??

    Just wondering do any cars share this off set and pcd such as the saab? (which os owned by gm)

    Any 1 know?

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    Some SAAB share the stud pattern and offset. Not sure on other cars though, the offset is the biggest issue, as it is quite unique to the Vauxhall. I think Subaru run a high offset as well, but they have a different hub centre size

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    re: any cars share mk4 5stud pcd and offset?

    The Vectra funnily enough

    Its not a very common PCD unfortunately.

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    just thought it would be a bit different than aftermarket alloys, and as there original manufacturers parts should be pretty good quality.

    I love the new vectra sri rims!! The split 5 spoke 17"s
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    Quote Originally Posted by markja
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    ROVER DETAILS:
    Model - Stud & PCD - Offset

    MGF - 4 x 95.25 - 35...30

    100 - 4 x 95.25 - 35...42

    200, 400, 25, 45 - 4 x 100 - 35...38

    600, 800 - 4 x 114.3 - 35

    75 - 5 x 100 - 35

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    My dads running a 200 with 4x100 and ET45 with no problems.

    If it applies to the Rover 200 - does it apply to the Honda Civic too?
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    which rover is the 75? is that the big saloon? Also et35 is gonna be way 2 low isnt it for a mk4
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    The 75 is the big saloon yes and it's the only 5 stud in the Rover range to date. I think the ET35 is a little too low for a Mk4 but ask someone who really knows there stuff as i'm an engine man.

    The Mk2 200's (None bubble shape) share the running gear with the Honda Charade which I believe is the same as the older Civics. After Honda were paid to go there own way by the Barvarians they changed it all and nothing Rover/Honda should be interchangeable after the '95 R600/Accord models. As for running a 45mm offset on a Rover.... brave man cos they've gotta be right on the edge of the studs and it's obviously not lowered :shock:

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