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    Alloy Wheel Fitment Guide

    I have seen on here before people asking would these wheels fit my car, so i have just found this fitment guide, it may come in handy to some folk out there. http://www.alloyguide.co.uk/index.htm

    Darren

    Hope its not another repost, i seem to be doing alot of this recently

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    Very Handy,i am hopeing to replace my 17s with set of 18s in the future so will any 18s fit as long as the offset is correct...

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    the fitment guide provided isnt really the most informative especially where ET (Offset) is concerned. It depends on quite a few factors, Stud pattern, Offset, Rim width & of course Rim diamater.

    Obviously
    4 stud = 4 x 100mm PCD & Centre bore 56.6mm
    5 stud = 5 x 110mm PCD & Centre bore 65.1mm
    Although this can be altered (usually 2mm either side of the std pattern and wobbly bolts used instead - do a search for 'wobbly bolts' if u dont know what I mean)

    but the acceptable offset tolerances differs depending on what rim size and width you are running together with if the car is lowered or not.

    The best guide (for the Mk4 at least) can be found here:

    http://www.m1gst.com/vb/showthread.php?t=1307

    Hope this helps.

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