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Can anybody tell me what i need to fit these wheels to me van
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i think someone on the old forum fitted a set right on.better check.
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G60 Steve posted on the old site, page 6 of gen chat.He said they go straight on.
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G60 steve posted on the old site, page 6 of gen chat, he said they go straight on.
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I just fitted a set. Unfortunately they were not a straight swap.
The boltholes need to be enlarged by 2mm (I think it was.) although the centre bore is big enough.
I needed a thin spacer on the front to clear the suspension; the inside of the rim was JUST rubbing.
I also fitted longer rear studs, but might you might get away with it...
On the plus side, they look great, were cheap second hand and even with massive 205/65-15's, don't touch anywhere even with a 70mm drop!

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