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    Default FS - 15" Ouragan rims to suit 306/405 etc

    I didn't know they made the Ouragan's in a 15" size but lo and behold, I have a set in my garage.

    These look pretty much like the 16" Ouragans fitted to the current model 206 GTi.

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    New price is $350 each. From what I can gather they are in pretty neat condition. Will clean them up and take pics on weekend.

    Price - $700

    The price is high cos I kinda want to keep them
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    Here are a few pics;

    <img src="http://www.pbase.com/image/19280122/medium.jpg" alt=" - " /> <img src="http://www.pbase.com/image/19280123/medium.jpg" alt=" - " /> <img src="http://www.pbase.com/image/19280124/medium.jpg" alt=" - " />

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    Out of pure interest, these weigh just under 8 kilos each.

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    hey, will they bolt straight onto a 205? just that with 16 inch ouragens you need spacers for the back, but is that just the added diameter and width thing?

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    I really don't know eh wink

    I've read about the 16's not fitting on the 205's.

    They are still 6.5" wide so I guess you might still have the same problems.

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    You sure these will fit 306/405?

    If they are off a 206 they won't fit as the 206 has a different PCD and offset.

    P.S. I think the 206 XT come with these 15" and the GTi comes with the 16".
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    AFAIK, they were used as track rims for a 306.

    Heres a large shot of the inside of the rim, and I can't see anything that relates to an offset.

    <a href="http://www.pbase.com/image/19280125/original" target="_blank">http://www.pbase.com/image/19280125/original</a>

    I was going to go out and buy a set of Azenis for the 306 but now you've got me worried.

    <small>[ 21 July 2003, 03:09 PM: Message edited by: macquered ]</small>

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    I guarantee they'll fit on a 205.

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    Sorry guys but they wont fit 205 405 306 or 406 as the offset is different. Ourigans have an offset of 28.
    you'll need spacers or your handling could be upset.

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    Still for sale.

    Make an offer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macquered
    AFAIK, they were used as track rims for a 306.

    Heres a large shot of the inside of the rim, and I can't see anything that relates to an offset.

    <a href="http://www.pbase.com/image/19280125/original" target="_blank">http://www.pbase.com/image/19280125/original</a>

    I was going to go out and buy a set of Azenis for the 306 but now you've got me worried.

    <small>[ 21 July 2003, 03:09 PM: Message edited by: macquered ]</small>
    looks like 20mm offset to me
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    Peter if your thinking about putting them on u're 205 then they'll go but the widest rubber u can put on the back is 195. The 205mm tyres will go but spacers are req'd otherwise the inner tire wall hits the trailing arm as u know.

    Apart from that they look great lowered 50mm!

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    These wheels are available in both 206 and 406 offsets, 406 offset will fit the 205 OK, 206 will need spacers at the rear and also chnage the front track slightly.

    I know this as I putting 16" Ouragan's on my 205...
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    I had 16's on mine Matt.. i reckon they aren't the best...
    in the sence that:
    They were, too big for the car and it didn't go round corners like it did with the 15's. Then u have 2 get a really low profile tyre so it fits in the wheel arch and the tiny profile breaks u're balls. They do look great but the bigger the wheel i think sometimes can hinder performance.....

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    Is anyone able to tell me if these will go on an Mi16? At some point I would like to ditch the 14"s I have on my early series 1. I think Cal is running this size wheel, is he not?

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    They should bolt straight on JG. Didn't the early Mi's come with 5 spoke 15's??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luca
    I had 16's on mine Matt.. i reckon they aren't the best...
    in the sence that:
    They were, too big for the car and it didn't go round corners like it did with the 15's. Then u have 2 get a really low profile tyre so it fits in the wheel arch and the tiny profile breaks u're balls. They do look great but the bigger the wheel i think sometimes can hinder performance.....
    Thanks Luca,

    These are for my race car, I do agreee that for a roadee 15"s are go, we need to run 16"s to clear the brake calipers and discs on the front....
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    That's TUFF... i love 2 hear that there's hotted up pug's going around in the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luca
    They should bolt straight on JG. Didn't the early Mi's come with 5 spoke 15's??
    The very earliest Mi16s came with 14" 5 spokes of a different design to the 15" you would have seen. They look good, but are a bitch to keep clean. I want to get the larger wheels as the tyre options are much greater in that size.

    Brenno, if it is true that they bolt right on, I would definitely be interested in these wheels. PM me if they're still available.
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    So do these wheels fit a 405 series 11 SRDT? if so I may be interested.
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    Yeah man.. i went past an early Mi last night and it jogged my memoy they did have those kinda ugly 14's on 'em....

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    BUMP!

    Are these wheels still available, Brenno? Did we ever establish the offset? Because if the answer is yes to both, then I'm very interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LookingforMi16
    BUMP!

    Are these wheels still available, Brenno? Did we ever establish the offset? Because if the answer is yes to both, then I'm very interested.

    JG.
    I was going to buy them but they won't fit my 205 as it has neg. camber on the rear. The depth of the wheels is 117mm, whilst a 205 wheel is 105mm. They should fit a 405 nicely, or a 205 with spacers.

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    Peter did u actually try them on the car with rubber or is that an educated guess?

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