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    confused Hub adaptors or wobbley bolts?

    Can wheels with a pcd of 108 be fitted to a vectra with a pcd of 110?

    If so is it hub adaptors or wobbley bolts I need?

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    yep with wobbly bolts. make sure the center bore is not too small. i take it your using ford wheels

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    Well I got offered some brand new 20" alloys with tyres for £400!!!!! -They look like Irmscher wheels. The guy says that they are off a Peugeot?

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    check the pcd if they are from a peugeot. with wobbly bolts you can adjust 2mm so 5x108 or 5x112 will fit otherwise you need adaptors. it think the only ones off the shelf are vx to bmw so you will need them custom made.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rolyat View Post
    Well I got offered some brand new 20" alloys with tyres for £400!!!!! -They look like Irmscher wheels. The guy says that they are off a Peugeot?
    They probably are irmscher wheels but they will NOT fit if they are from the Peugeot 4007 (the 4x4 one) as the pcd is 114

    http://www.4wheelsnews.com/peugeot-4...e-by-irmscher/

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    I'm using wobbly bolts but I'd say if you need to change offset by 20mm or more go for hub adapters

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    Peugeot use Et15/20 so you would have to get the wheels machined to bring the offset in or they will stick out too far

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    TBH I know this is not recomended but if they are 108 they will probably go on anyway. I have put vectra wheels (110) on a laguna (108) and they were fine...

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    Forgot to say I take no responcibilty if you bolt them on and they come off!

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