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PCD Adapters
#1
I'm struggling to find a set of PCD adapters that fit 4x108 and that give me 5x130 pattern. Anyone seen these?
2006 Citroen Berlingo 1.9 D - 69 BHP
1994 Renault Clio 1.8 16v - 212 BHP
1993 Renault Clio 1.8 RSi - 110 BHP

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#2
I don't think they do a 4 to 5 the only other thing to find out if on psa you can change a 5 stud shaft hub on to a berlingo Confusedcratch:
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#3
Never seen such a thing either.... Seen four bolt to four bolt adaptors .
May be less of a nightmare to on sell your five bolt wheels and get some four bolty jobbaz



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#4
I've seen such animals. Made in California, to order. Not cheap. The makers reckoned they'd not had one claim of failure.
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#5
You can get 4x100 to 5x most things, for the VW kids.

The extra few mm puts one of the 4x108 holes too close to a 5 stud hole, so they are custom part only.

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This is my mates Golf on Range Rover classic wheels, so anything is possible, he got the adaptors custom made over here and I think quite cheaply too.
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#6
Cheers guys, I found a crowd called G23 Engineering who make them to order, but they don't offer that size on their website.. I want Porsche wheels on the Berlingo, but it might just end up being too expensive. I'd rather spend the money on my Clio!
2006 Citroen Berlingo 1.9 D - 69 BHP
1994 Renault Clio 1.8 16v - 212 BHP
1993 Renault Clio 1.8 RSi - 110 BHP

"There is no replacement for displacement"
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#7
OK, my pal got his from a friend of a friend who did them as a one off in a machine shop. Cost a fraction of G23, we're Northerners, we won't pay their scene prices!!

Any machine shop should do them from a decent general assembly diagram. Solidworks is good, or Sketchup at a push.
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#8
Thanks, I'll check them out
2006 Citroen Berlingo 1.9 D - 69 BHP
1994 Renault Clio 1.8 16v - 212 BHP
1993 Renault Clio 1.8 RSi - 110 BHP

"There is no replacement for displacement"
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#9
ive seen plenty of these over here in northern ireland, not sure where they got them tho :/ saw a few fiesta's running porsche wheels which are the same stud pattern, plus i missed out on an opportunity last month to buy a set of pug fit ones off a 106, i looked in to this and apparently there is quite a few 306's/106's running porsche wheels this might help:

http://106owners.co.uk/forums/showthread...9aa8f885f8
project "black and decked" my bagged mk3 berlingo 
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#10
This is a photo from that thread:

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I think I'd pass on that one. Looks a bit sketchy to me.
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