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    can some one give me a list of cars that have a 4 x 108 stud pattern

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    If that's the Corolla/Corona pattern, it's shared by Datsuns and Nissans as well as the Sigma.

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    206....

    And damn its hard to find something in that off-set too...cant find nothing....
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    Found a website that mentions RWD Fords... that would be Cortina and Escort...

    Now these are actually 4.25" IIRC... 4.25 x 25.4 = 107.95... so you can add Hillman Minx and Hunter to that list, also Austin A40 Devon and Hampshire.

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    I thought that was on a lot of Pugs ... inc, but not limited too.

    106*, 205, 306, 309, 405, 406, 206, 307

    106* also a 3x108 as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by XTC206
    I thought that was on a lot of Pugs ... inc, but not limited too.

    106*, 205, 306, 309, 405, 406, 206, 307

    106* also a 3x108 as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Bell
    Found a website that mentions RWD Fords... that would be Cortina and Escort...

    Now these are actually 4.25" IIRC... 4.25 x 25.4 = 107.95... so you can add Hillman Minx and Hunter to that list, also Austin A40 Devon and Hampshire.
    If that is the Ford measurement, throw in Triumph Mayflower. TR's 2/3 &4.
    Ah, the Flowermobile. I'm surprised it hasn't come up on that other thread?

    PS. Don't publish any alternate fitting wheels for those Pugs. You will all find your treasures sitting on bricks. Of course the thought of Peugeot owners knocking of wheels???

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    A mate of mine had a Mayflower , he told me many a puritan came across in it

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    Quote Originally Posted by casterbased
    looking for a cheap alternative for the pug
    Oh ... you didn't say.

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    Originally posted by Wildebeest
    If that is the Ford measurement, throw in Triumph Mayflower. TR's 2/3 &4.....
    Are you sure about that?

    They looked more like 4.5" to me (same as A60, Morris Oxford, Freeway, 240Z).

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    Quote Originally Posted by XTC206
    106* also a 3x108 as well.
    Booyah! Wrong! It had a 3x98 pattern.

    4x108 is also shared with Saab 900 Classic + 9000, Audi 80/90/100, lots of Fords (Mondeo, Focus, Ka) and Porsche 924. Apparently some Datsuns also had this pattern, I've got some 16" ROH's in the garage that fit the BX. If you're lucky enough, apparently TVR Cerbera wheels will also fit

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    Quote Originally Posted by macquered
    Booyah! Wrong! It had a 3x98 pattern.
    Perhaps you can correct everyone out there ?

    http://www.modify.co.uk/articles/wheels_tyres.html
    http://www.hot.ee/spidomeeter/fitment.html

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    This page states a 4x108 pattern for the 106 but a 3x98 pattern for an AX. What exactly was your point?

    Quote Originally Posted by XTC206
    This is a translated copy of the english page originally hosted by Tyresave which shows the incorrect stud pattern. It was corrected on the Tyresave site a couple of years ago but obviously this didn't carry over on this copy. Your point?

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    Like a moth to a flame.

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    Hey Casterbased,
    Being an owner of 4x 205's i am fairly up to speed with what wheels will fit a 205. Please be careful when trying to obtain the correct wheel as some of the cars aforementioned will NOT fit your 205.
    They may seem to fit however your handling/ride will be a pooticket.
    Most more modern Pugs will not fit our 205 without stuffing around with illegal
    spacers. A 5mm difference in offset may be OK however more than that and you risk alot more. Just my 2 bobs worth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Bell
    Are you sure about that?

    They looked more like 4.5" to me (same as A60, Morris Oxford, Freeway, 240Z).
    Can't be sure Ray. I can only go on the comment made by a passing "anorak" when I was helping a mate convert his TR4 to wires.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Lewis
    A mate of mine had a Mayflower , he told me many a puritan came across in it
    "and it came to pass that....? descended from heaven in a Triumph"

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    I think he was alluding to back seat spaciousness...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Bell
    I think he was alluding to back seat spaciousness...
    I just offered my small passage in an attempt to divert readers from impure thought.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jester_fu
    Yeah, i've been told ford wheels are the go for PCD and the closest ET, atleast for the 180 PCD = 4*108 and ET=25mm). The 205GTi has variations in ET between 10 and 23mm (from memory), so there's a fair variation between model years and suspension. I'd check carefully what ET your current wheels have, and do like jr20516v suggest - keep ET variation t oa maximum of +/-5mm. That way the car will handle the way you want and expect. Performance Wheels (the guys who make the "super lites" do a couple of series with PCD 4*108 and ET=+20mm. There wheels are reasonably priced (new), so it might be worth dropping them a line: www.performancewheels.com.au .
    thanks for the info
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    Check the centre holes, think you will find that the Ford wheels are 2.5" (63.5mm) and the Pug spigots are 66mm, I'm running Pug wheels on Ford hubs on my hobby car

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