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    Im after lists of makes and models of cars whose alloy wheels will fit on vectra c's. I thought it would be handy for e-bay searches etc? Can anybdy help?

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    Good guide that...also altho that is exact pcd's etc...some can be fitted with the aid of spigot rings,spacers and wobbly bolts...

    Ie seen porker rimmage on vauxhalls using this method...wouldnt know how the drive would be mind you.

    chris

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    ull need to watch the centre bore on the wheels as the vec has a relatively large bore (65.1).

    with the PCD you can got for wheels with 5x108, and 5x112 with the use of Wobbly bolts as long as u can get the centre bore to fit.

    you could also get bolt on spacers to change the PCD completely, e.g 5x130 porka fitment. these spacers are 20mm (thinnest ive found) which will push the wheels out so a wheel with a high offset would be needed, some porka rims do come with a high offset so this is alright.

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    some people are using merc alloy wheel's..

    As carl bear's wheels look rather familiar lol
    do look amazing tho!

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    I have bmw spacers at 20mm. There good items but as said they really push the rims out

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danwells72 View Post
    I have bmw spacers at 20mm. There good items but as said they really push the rims out
    yeah and most bmw wheels have low offsets aswell so not too good for the vec arches and bearings.

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