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    Default 15 x 6.5 ouragan wheels

    anyone ever tried these wheels on a 205 apparently they are 15 x 6.5 et20 should go straight on a 205? what car are they off?

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    Are they two different wheels? The one on the left looks like a 16" nimrod (as seen on the 206), and the one on the right looks like a Speedline 434, a popular aftermarket choice for the 205:

    http://www.speedlinecorse.co.uk/motorsport/ret434.htm

    Correct me anyone if I'm wrong.

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    from what i know the ones on the right are 15 x 6.5 ouragan wheels. the ones on the left are just a pic i found claiming to be 15 x 6.6. the sl434s have a deeper lip and little gussets on each spoke. plus the 434 have 8 spokes and the ouragan have 9 spokes? i may be able to get a set but was just curious if others had tried them out. you dont see too many 15" ones they all seem to be 16" nimrods?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2065SI View Post
    The one on the left looks like a 16" nimrod (as seen on the 206)
    I second that.
    Last time i spoke to Jr20516v, he had a pair on one of his 205's and said they look really good.
    Although I think he mentioned that they needed rear spaces to fit but don't quote me on that.

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    i spoke to jr a few weeks ago and yes he does have the 16" ones but the ones i can get are 15"?

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    I think you might find that these are 16s. 206 GTI wheels? I look into some for my 205 and low and behold they were 16s.

    Are there 15s of these wheels?



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    if you scroll through this link it shows 15" ones and the guy im dealing with said they are definatley 15" ones.

    http://www.peugeotperformance.net/tu...eotwheels.html

    according to the link they are available in 14" not sure if they would look any good on a 205. i bet in the flesh there would be next to no dish on them. but they are tempting!

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    I stand corrected, they do indeed have 9 spokes. I've never heard of 15" nimrods made by Peugeot, so would be very interested to see what they look like on a 205. I reckon they'd look good, the 205 looks great with the 16" nimrods.

    Interesting stuff they have on that website!

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    you have the ones that go on a 206 gti

    they don't fit a 205 like that. You'll need a spacer or adapter in order to let it fit

    however, these wheels where also fitted on a 406 sport. These alloys have another ET (offset) value than those used on a 206 and can be placed without any problem on a 205.
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    There are indeed 15" Ouragans in that size. I had a set on my Mi16.

    I would be careful about assuming they fit a 205:

    FS - 15" Ouragan rims to suit 306/405 etc
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    like I said, those of the peugeot 406 are a perfect match:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jurgen_s View Post
    like I said, those of the peugeot 406 are a perfect match:

    how good does that look!

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    So just to confirm, you're saying that pic shows the 406 15" Ouragan wheels?

    Think I found another pic here:

    http://forum.205gtidrivers.com/index...c=118612&st=40

    What offset are the 'correct' 406 sport 15"ouragan rims, so I know what to look for?

    According to this thread I found, I think the offset would be 20:

    http://www.106owners.co.uk/forums/sh...-wheel-content!

    So everything is pointing to those ones mentioned at the top of the thread fitting ok!

    I think they look fantastic on that Miami Blue 205. I'd be tempted to powdercoat them black though...
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    for a 1.9 gti the offset is 19mm

    for a 406 the offset is 20mm

    for a 206 the offset is 28mm (that's why you need a spacer to make them fit to a 205).

    other pictures of the same car that is used as a track day car:



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    They actually look better in the flesh on the 205....more so than photos. It is correct that you require 10mm spacers on the rear to get the 16s to fit. The front does not require any changes. 195 tyres are preferred to keep the rolling diameter.
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    thanks for the feedback guys, Jurgen the pics helped out heaps. im not sure if they look good or not? i think that they are the sort of wheel that you would have to buy paint and put on the car before you would know if you like them or not.

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    They come up forsale on Ebay UK - they were fitment on late model D9 "Rapier" spec 406's!
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    Just to confuse the issue, you can even get 14" rims for the 206 (ie. the wrong offset for a 205) in this style.

    They came on the "special edition" XRS versions locally.
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    IMHO this wheel design looks crappy in either 14 or 15's [unlike the chunky Speedlines] however they do look awesome in 16's.
    I have pics of the 16's on a 205....if anyone is interested i can send them to you if you PM me your email addie.:
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    If those pics on the miami blue are 15"s they look pretty sweet to me. But I've seen several 205s with the 16"s and I must admit it's probably one of the best looking wheel options out there. Any chance you can put up a couple of your pics on this thread?

    Not wanting to open a new can of worms here, but don't 16" rims ruin the handling of a GTI? And aren't the 16" Ouragans the wrong offset, further messing with the suspension geometry?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2065SI View Post
    If those pics on the miami blue are 15"s they look pretty sweet to me. But I've seen several 205s with the 16"s and I must admit it's probably one of the best looking wheel options out there. Any chance you can put up a couple of your pics on this thread?

    Not wanting to open a new can of worms here, but don't 16" rims ruin the handling of a GTI? And aren't the 16" Ouragans the wrong offset, further messing with the suspension geometry?
    Please read the above posts re off set and simply adding the 10mm spacer. The offset is then back to the standard factory figure.....handling is not compromised. Also as stated in above posts if 195 tyres are used the rolling diameter is virtually the same as stock standard.
    Re posting up the pics....i'm no IT guru so wouldnt know how
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    Thanks for clearing that up!

    I must admit you're right, they don't quite look right in 15". I think my dream 205 would have the 16s on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jr20516v View Post
    They actually look better in the flesh on the 205....more so than photos. It is correct that you require 10mm spacers on the rear to get the 16s to fit. The front does not require any changes. 195 tyres are preferred to keep the rolling diameter.
    I'm thinking about putting a set of these on mine. What's the best way to get the spacers? I assume you would also need longer bolts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtsnoz View Post
    I'm thinking about putting a set of these on mine. What's the best way to get the spacers? I assume you would also need longer bolts?

    A good wheel shop should have them in stock or make a set up. My wheel guy does them for $70 each side which includes the hubcentric lip. Also UK.
    Re the longer bolts.....these can be had in OZ or some factory Pug ones do the job too. [from memory some 306 alloy wheels and also some 205SI steel bolts do the job.] Or as i have done......change to a stud setup.
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