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Old 20 Feb 2000, 23:49 (Ref:10694)   #1
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Er.

I know'm co-moderator of the Technical Forum but I'll move it there anyway. We'll see if there's anybody who can help.
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Old 21 Feb 2000, 06:56 (Ref:10693)   #2
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I'm looking for 13" wheels with four inch PCD for my Vauxhall VX4/90 FC. My question is, that what other U.K. cars have the same PCD than Vauxhall ?

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Old 23 Feb 2000, 04:26 (Ref:10695)   #3
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4/100 is fairly common as a front wheel drive i'm not familiar with your car but Honda, Toyota, Nissan have all used it in 13/14 inch if you know what offset i can tell you what will fit.
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Didn't VX's have five stud hubs?
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Hi !

Two comments for reply messages. I do know that 4 x 100 PCD is quite common in Opels, BMW, VW's etc.

VX4/90 has four different models (FB, FC, FD and FE). The oldiest FB and the youngiest FE has five bolt stud, but two middle ones have four bolt stud with four inches PCD. In fact all FD body models have four bolt stud, even Ventora 1 with 3.3 l six under hood.

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