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    Vehicle : Vectra 1.8 SRi

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    Would these fit? If so has anyone got them or seen them on a Vec?

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vauxhall-O...item1c30f34afe

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    Pcd is okay, email one of the sellers to check the offset just.

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    the off set is 5x110 sure vectra is 5x110/111

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark-R View Post
    the off set is 5x110 sure vectra is 5x110/111
    Thats the PCD, you will need to know offset as if its too little you may foul calipers offset too much and they will stick out past arches! The PCD is correct 5x110,

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    PDC is the stud pattern ie 5x110 or 4x100. Off set or ET is the about the wheel sits into or out of the hub. For example et35 will sit towards the arch 10mm more than et45. Hope this helps

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