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  • Munter
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    Strange question l know but does anyone know the PCD of the Stag?
    Let the head scratching commence.

  • Munter
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    Thank you for the info GT.

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  • GTJones
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    Good Website that gives you an idea of which cars have the same PCD as the Stag - As mentioned watch the off set or you could always use spacers if its pretty close.

    Std Off-set is 28mm

    http://www.wheelfitment.eu/PCD/4x114.3.html

    Gary
    Last edited by GTJones; 10th April 2018, 18:51.

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  • Goldstar
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    Originally posted by Jeff View Post
    Don't mention minilite replicas.
    I think they look great, although my Wolfrace slots look better

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  • Jeff
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    Don't mention minilite replicas.

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  • Munter
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    Thanks for the heads up Jonno.

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  • StagJonno
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    You may need to keep an eye on the offset, particularly if going for bigger wheels/ tyres. Think a search will reveal lots of discussion on this aspect. From memory (suspect!) this may be termed "ET".

    Jonno

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  • Munter
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    Lmao well done Koy, and thank you.
    l’d like some alloy wheels but there’s only the MK 2 alloys which isn’t much of a choice, and as there are plenty of alloys for sale (and lets face it the choices are endless) l thought if l knew the Stag’s PCD l could go shopping for some nice alloy’s.

    l should mention l have a 71 MK1 with steel wheels.

    Gaz

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  • KOY 23
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    Assume you mean the road wheel stud pcd. 114.3mm with no scratching

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