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    bigger bore

    What difference does fitting a bigger bored wheel on a smaller bored fitting? I.e. My 2.0 tdi 2004 has a 57.1 bore (I think...) but ive seen some wheels with a 66.6 bore! Any complications on figment?? Cheers

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    No complications ,just use Spigot rings. As long as the PCD is correct shouldnt have any worries.

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    Ahhhh I see! Cheers the 2.0 tdi has a 57.1 bore doesn't it?

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    Yes it should be. PCD Audi A3 8P (2003 - 2012) 5x112 wheels | PCD, Offset, Center Bore, mounting and tire size data
    Think a lot of Mercs /VWTransporters run 66.6 cb

 

 

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