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    308mm brakes

    Hi,

    Would 308mm brakes fit under these alloys?

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    No i don't think they do, i may be wrong though.
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    They didn't fit under mine

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    i've seen someone that had 308mm brakes on a 16 inch wheel not sure what wheel it was though
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    its the 16" alloy thats common on the sxi but also on a few sri, i am sure some will put a pic up soon

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    Just spotted this :-



    Not much in it though, the fella was getting his snowflake's refurbed so he put these on his GSI for the time being.
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    Here is mine...



    It has been discussed before but the early SRi split 5-spokes didn't fit dur to the design of the inside of the rims spokes.... Danny found out that the late spec 10-spokes (inc the 5-stud versions) fitted over the 308's and I discoverd that the late spec 5-spokes also fit over the 308's
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    it seems there are two versions of the split 5 spokes.

    early ones the 308's will just fit over (so long as your wheels aren't buckled and you have lots of weights)

    the later ones the caliper will hit the back of the spokes.
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