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    Astra Wheel Fitments

    Hi,
    Hit a chasm in the road last night, now have 2 buckled wheels. Plan is to get some alloys, but not sure on the exact fitment.

    Its an Astra MK4, 52 plate SXi, 4 stud.

    I'm pretty sure the PCD is 4*100, but thats all. anymore info anyone can give would be great!

    Also, what is the size of the wheel nuts so i can get some locking ones?
    I think the are 12x1.5, but I dont know the thread length

    Chris
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    yes pcd is 4x100 pretty sure the offset is 35 centre bore 65.1mm and i think the bolt length is 60mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by crimbo14 View Post
    yes pcd is 4x100 pretty sure the offset is 35 centre bore 65.1mm and i think the bolt length is 60mm
    sorry but only 1 of those is right for this application

    4x100 is correct for 4 studs

    56.6mm is the centre bore (so spigot rings with this inside diameter will be needed if sourcing aftermarket wheels)

    M12x1.5 is indeed the bolt size but length of bolt depends on which wheels u go for. Standard wheel bolts is approx 20mm long (thats the thread length only - u dont measure the entire bolt!)
    Standard bolts are good enough for most alloys - but if ur unsure then get some new ones with a few extra mm's to enable a few additional turns

    Offset depends on how wide the wheels are and how much the car is lowered if any.
    Simple rule to stick to is go for an offset between 38 & 49mm - the higher the number the more the wheel sits inside the arch.
    Personally I prefer a lower offset as this sits out so much more.

    All depends of course if ur lowered and what width u plan on getting.
    40+ should be good enough for most applications.

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    i apologise my centre bore is from the 5 stud i think and my measurement was for the entire bolt not the thread length apologise

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