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Comment by Adrian Southgate on May 19, 2014 at 13:23

If the bore of the wheel is 65.1 then that just leaves a small gap. you would need a 1.7mm shim type spacer to fit round the centre of the hub, altogether a bit small to have any real strength but assuming you use hubcentric spacers there will be a 'trap gap', the difference between the centre of the spacer and the normally bevelled edge of the wheel centre bore, im sure its possible to find or improvise something.

Comment by Dave Adams on May 19, 2014 at 11:00
It was the pug wheels that got my eye....given that if you use spacers they dont fit the hub boss anyway......
Comment by Adrian Southgate on May 19, 2014 at 0:38

Disclaimer - the table has a few errors and a 'sneaker' I forgot to edit out. All the wheels will need spacers to fit in place of the 0 offset weller wheels that came as standard fittings. The wider the wheel the more chance of chassis fouling and 'wheel rub' on lock. 

Comment by Adrian Southgate on May 19, 2014 at 0:24

Back to the original and helpful post by Mr Adams...

It would appear that the later model french (peugeot and citroen) vans have a low offset, correct stud pattern but the wrong centre bore which of course can be sorted using those guide ring thingies. 

Heres the result of 10 minutes and a spreadsheet, it may lose formatting and become a little untidy in translation...

Model Year PCD Offset Bore
Citroen        
Berlingo 96 on 4×108 15 to 18 65.1
Berlingo 08 on 4 x 108 15 to 25 65.1
C2 03 on 4×108 15 to 27 65.1
C3 02 on 4×108 15 to 27 65.1
C4 04 on 4×108 25 to 30 65.1
C5 01 on 4×108 15 to 27 65.1
Saxo 4 Stud 92 on 4×108 15 to 20 65.1
Saxo VTR/Vti 97 on 4×108 15 to 20 65.1
Xantia 93 to 97 4×108 15 to 20 65.1
Xsara 97 on 4×108 15 to 20 65.1
Xsara Picasso 99 on 4×108 15 to 20 65.1
ZX 90 to 98 4×108 15 to 20 65.1
ZX 16v 92 to 98 4×108 15 to 20 65.1
Peugeot        
1007 05 on 4×108 20 to 25 65.1
106 4 Stud 91 on 4×108 15 to 20 65.1
106 GTI 96 on 4×108 13 to 18 65.1
107 05 on 4×100 35 to 45 54.1
205 / 309 84 to 99 4×108 15 to 20 65.1
206 98 on 4×108 20 to 25 65.1
207 06 on 4×108 15 to 25 65.1
3008 09 on 4×108 15 to 25 65.1
306 93 to 01 4×108 15 to 20 65.1
307 01 on 4×108 15 to 25 65.1
308 01 on 4×108 15 to 25 65.1
309 84 to 99 4×108 15 to 20 65.1
405 87 to 97 4×108 15 to 20 65.1
406 95 on 4×108 15 to 25 65.1
Partner 93 on 4×108 13 to 18 65.1
Ford        
Escort Cosworth 92 – 96 4×108 15 to 20 63.4

If you follow this then a whole new world of wheels can become your's knowing this.

Now what I need is a bloody big lathe to turn them into something 'special'

Comment by Paul Sheridan on May 14, 2014 at 8:54

When I first insured mine, I had not joined the club, when I did, and called Adrian Flux with the membership number, they said that I had the best deal anyway. So membership is irrelavant with respect to insurance as the market is so competative anyway.  

Comment by Dave Taylor on May 13, 2014 at 18:50
Wayne like Paul says this is the basic version of the program, paid for by Tim Walker , as an administrator on the site if you had asked a question one of us would have answered it. We tried to upgrade the site a couple of years ago bit no one was interested.
Strange really as it is the best used site. But please don't open that can of worms again, it could be saved on the DOC members page.
Comment by Dave Adams on May 13, 2014 at 17:58

Unfortunately mrg's forum wont let me play anymore. .......

Comment by Paul Sheridan on May 13, 2014 at 16:39

As it is, this is just the basic version of Ning, and as, such you cant do much more with it than is already done, it just acts as a meeting place.  The best thing to do is to put all things like the tables you and Dave have offered, into the Technical section of Mr G's site, they are easily read there and we can build a good technical library.  

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