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    need help fitting porsche wheels

    hi i am going to put porsche 911 turbo wheels on my van i no i need an adaptor and does ony one know where to get them from and what do they do all so what fitment do i need cheers

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    911 wheels are 5x130 IIRC, and you need either 5x110 or 4x100 depending what hubs you have. Not sure of offsets though sorry matey
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    this has been mentioned in total vauxhall a couple of times in last 6months, once on a bedford van and again in the "fresh stuff" section, although the spacers werent cheap

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    Right......FK-Automotive do PCD adapters..

    for Vauxhall/opel to Porsche


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    I Think U Can Get These Adaptors From Venom Motorsport There In The Total Vaux Mag Advertising.

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    Ahh...you can also go from 4x100 to Porsche using H&R adapters:





    http://www.performancealloys.com/all...s_adaptors.asp

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    Porsche rims would look good on my Coupe
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    may be a daft question but depending on the offset of the wheels arnt they gona stick out loads with the new hub converter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 18"sri View Post
    may be a daft question but depending on the offset of the wheels arnt they gona stick out loads with the new hub converter.

    As you correctly say - depending on the offset....

    I cant advise any more on that , because it confuses me !!

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    i think the porsche wheels are 55mm offset

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