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Postby iank » Sat Nov 05, 2016 1:21 am

I am sure i read somewhere that they are the same as citroen ?. I can possibly get some for when the running gear is changed over. They are 205 GTI 14" pepper pot alloys. 108 stud pattern ?.
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Re: Pug wheels

Postby jonathon H » Sat Nov 05, 2016 3:19 pm

I have a set of 205 1.9 GTI 15" alloys for sale 108 PCD fully refurbished at £65 each. :D
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Re: Pug wheels

Postby iank » Sat Nov 05, 2016 8:22 pm

Hmmmmmm......., tempting Jonathan as they are they would only be for moving around at this stage. I am assuming of course that they will fit over the kit I got from you a while ago as I can't seem to find the relevant piece of info that came with it all :roll: :oops: . Thinking along the lines of 5 or more spoke for the road wheels.
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Re: Pug wheels

Postby jonathon H » Sun Nov 06, 2016 12:06 am

They will indeed.
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Re: Pug wheels

Postby iank » Sat Feb 25, 2017 2:35 am

Right, so thought i would ask another silly question on this thread. 1994 Pug 405 wheels, are they the same as the 205 for fitment to the escort diff, or is the offset different ?. I ask as I dont know diddley when it comes to this, so bow to the superiour knowledge of the experts :? :roll: . Can someone please tell me what the distance from the back lip of the rim to the back of the centre flange is on a 205 alloy. I have my eye on the 5 spoke from the afore mentioned 405, not in fantastic condition, but if they fit will tidy up with a bit of elbow grease.
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Re: Pug wheels

Postby iank » Sat Feb 25, 2017 3:50 am

Well, if I had looked at the above sticky post in the first place I would have seen they are the same. What then does the "ET" and "CB" mean ?.
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this is the first set I have found that I like more than the pepper pot ones.
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Re: Pug wheels

Postby jonathon H » Sat Feb 25, 2017 6:45 am

ET is the distance that the mounting face of the wheel is from the centre of the wheel, i.e. ET 0 = its in the centre, ET 26 std Minor Minilight is ET26, most front wheel drive cars have a high ET and very little dish to the wheel and are around the 35-45 figure. The CB is the centre bore of the wheel, which ideally should match that of the hub. The Peugeot 205 1.9 GTI alloys are ET 15, and fit well on the Ford studs pattern of 108 PCD. Citroen C5 's have some nice forged alloy wheels which fit well and some Saab wheels fit. We used to use the Saab space saver as a spare wheel.
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Re: Pug wheels

Postby iank » Sat Feb 25, 2017 10:09 pm

Thank you Jonathan. Might have to give those a miss then if the back spacing is not right. Shame really as I quite like them.There are some steel ones for sale which are a LOT cheaper, but the chap doesn't know what they are off. Now that I am armed with the relevant information, I can make a better decision. Time to look at what's for sale in the Saab section.
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