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    Hi mate, just saw your post chasing wheels to suit your 405. I not long back sold the wheels I had on my Mi but they should be readily available at wreckers I imagine. I just had the early 307 16” 5 spoke rims and they made the car look much more modern too. Sorry I couldn’t be of more help.
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    Hi. I'm selling a 205 Gti, including a replacement unbroken red reflective strip for the hatch, a gti6 inlet manifold, a set of 14" wheels, a set of 15" wheels and a set of 17" wheels which are currently on the car. Also has a solid sound system.

    It was my baby for years but I live in the Sydney cbd now and it gets harder each year to justify hanging onto it - my daily drive is now a Fiat.

    If it sounds like what you might be after, send me a text on 0422679257.

    Thanks

    Ken
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About Blufires

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About Blufires
Biography:
Studying mechatronic engineering.
Location:
Half way between Brisbane and Ipswich
Occupation:
None
Interests:
Electronics, FPV quadcopters, RC planes
Car(s) - Current:
'95 405 SRDT Wagon, '07 C5, '01 Berlingo
Car(s) Owned - Previous:
Peugeot 206 GTi

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Peugeot 405 SRDT
- Sports tractor, running Berlingo rear and GTi180 front suspension.
Citroen C5 2.0 A - Magic carpet to float around on

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  1. bowie
    bowie liked post by Blufires On thread : I worked out how to find cheap aftermarket wheels in Australia that fit!
    The trick is not looking for 4x108 bolt pattern. The only ones you'll find are from the Ford hot hatches, and their offset is around 40mm, so they'd hit your springs. So what you want is 4x110mm...
    Liked On: 15th February 2020, 12:58 PM
  2. kelpiebat
    kelpiebat liked post by Blufires On thread : Peugeot V6 diesel vs petrol, same same or different?
    I've been researching the DT17 engine quite a lot because I really want to get one. What I've learned so far is this. The engine was pretty much a finished design when they met up with Ford. PSA...
    Liked On: 8th February 2020, 05:46 AM
  3. Stuey
    Stuey liked post by Blufires On thread : C5 ignition problem: code P0354, short circuit to positive
    So for other cars the usual thing to do is swap coils and see if the fault moves with them, but this is a single pack. So I used some wires to find the positive and used Lexia to work out the pinout....
    Liked On: 14th November 2019, 03:16 PM
  4. con
    con liked post by Blufires On thread : I put 206 suspension in my 405.
    This isn't a question, just a log of something I did and how it turned out so that other people can find the info (most 405 stuff you Google search goes to missing AussieFrogs pages from before the...
    Liked On: 18th September 2019, 10:03 PM
  5. angru
    angru liked post by Blufires On thread : I put 206 suspension in my 405.
    This isn't a question, just a log of something I did and how it turned out so that other people can find the info (most 405 stuff you Google search goes to missing AussieFrogs pages from before the...
    Liked On: 17th September 2019, 11:16 PM
  6. SLC206
    SLC206 liked post by Blufires On thread : I put 206 suspension in my 405.
    This isn't a question, just a log of something I did and how it turned out so that other people can find the info (most 405 stuff you Google search goes to missing AussieFrogs pages from before the...
    Liked On: 17th September 2019, 08:31 PM
  7. PeterT
    PeterT liked post by Blufires On thread : I put 206 suspension in my 405.
    This isn't a question, just a log of something I did and how it turned out so that other people can find the info (most 405 stuff you Google search goes to missing AussieFrogs pages from before the...
    Liked On: 17th September 2019, 08:09 PM
  8. speaksgeek
    speaksgeek liked post by Blufires On thread : I put 206 suspension in my 405.
    This isn't a question, just a log of something I did and how it turned out so that other people can find the info (most 405 stuff you Google search goes to missing AussieFrogs pages from before the...
    Liked On: 17th September 2019, 04:27 PM
  9. Motorgnome
    Motorgnome liked post by Blufires On thread : 2003 c5 wagon project
    Good to hear. By any chance could you tell me where in the boot your 12v socket it? They only have them on wagons but I'm trying to add one to my Mk2 hatchback. I've found a plug with 3 pretty thick...
    Liked On: 14th November 2018, 10:04 PM
  10. dimistyle
    dimistyle liked post by Blufires On thread : Citroen C5 won't start. Can't use Lexia (easily) in economy mode.
    The new part fits and all functions seem to work. Thanks for the advice everyone.
    Liked On: 25th September 2018, 07:13 AM
  11. Big Frog
    Big Frog liked post by Blufires On thread : Quick temporary fix for Berlingo clutch cable.
    The automatic adjuster in my clutch cable died. I tried the good old reset procedure, but whenever stepping on the pedal, it would just skip through its teeth and extend to full length again. So I...
    Liked On: 21st September 2018, 10:17 PM
  12. Ken W
    Ken W liked post by Blufires On thread : Quick temporary fix for Berlingo clutch cable.
    The automatic adjuster in my clutch cable died. I tried the good old reset procedure, but whenever stepping on the pedal, it would just skip through its teeth and extend to full length again. So I...
    Liked On: 21st September 2018, 07:53 PM
  13. JohnW
    JohnW liked post by Blufires On thread : C5 MK2 (facelift '06) AC blower resistor pack location?
    I fixed it. Looks like the fuse holder is a bit dodgy. This is the old AC blower fuse. My guess is it was a bit loose and it arced enough to get so hot the fuse casing melted. The melted plastic...
    Liked On: 13th January 2018, 10:47 PM
  14. ScotFrog
    ScotFrog liked post by Blufires On thread : C5 MK2 (facelift '06) AC blower resistor pack location?
    I fixed it. Looks like the fuse holder is a bit dodgy. This is the old AC blower fuse. My guess is it was a bit loose and it arced enough to get so hot the fuse casing melted. The melted plastic...
    Liked On: 5th January 2018, 02:01 PM
  15. GreenBlood
    GreenBlood liked post by Blufires On thread : C5 MK2 (facelift '06) AC blower resistor pack location?
    I fixed it. Looks like the fuse holder is a bit dodgy. This is the old AC blower fuse. My guess is it was a bit loose and it arced enough to get so hot the fuse casing melted. The melted plastic...
    Liked On: 5th January 2018, 01:50 PM
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