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Few nice ones about, nothing to close to me either!

Any thoughts on these...?

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Also would these fit....

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/182297307316

Fitment is shown as 100, but I thought the GT wheels fitted the 147?
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Also would these fit....

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/182297307316

Fitment is shown as 100, but I thought the GT wheels fitted the 147?
GT, 147, and 156 all use the 5x98 PCD pattern...

5x100 can be used with wobble bolts as long as the center bore is the same (or appropriately adjusted with spigot rings).

TBH those 17" GT wheels look like the OEM 5x98 multi-spokes... Looks more like a listing error than a genuine 5x100 replica set..
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GT, 147, and 156 all use the 5x98 PCD pattern...

5x100 can be used with wobble bolts as long as the center bore is the same (or appropriately adjusted with spigot rings).

TBH those 17" GT wheels look like the OEM 5x98 multi-spokes... Looks more like a listing error than a genuine 5x100 replica set..
Yeah look identical to the ones I've got on my 156 ATM

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Also would these fit....

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/182297307316

Fitment is shown as 100, but I thought the GT wheels fitted the 147?
These are GT wheels and should be 5x98 which would fit straight on to the 147. Could be that the owner had them on something else like a mk4 Golf and used wobble bolts....where about in the country are you as there is a set of these going for 50....
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2525725060...%3AMEBIDX%3AIT
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Got a set of the Supersports, but I'm the wrong end of the country, I guess......
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I have the multispoke 17-inch 'Collezione' alloys fitted to my 156. The car came with the wheels as the guy I bought it from refurbed wheels for a living. They are finished in shadow chrome (silver over black) and look stunning IMHO. Well worth seeking out a set if you can find them. That said, the GTA alloys really are lovely and I can't believe a set went as cheap as they did as mentioned above!
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I don't suppose the description helped the price on those ones!
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Got a set of the Supersports, but I'm the wrong end of the country, I guess......
In 17"?

I'm likely to be up Halifax way before the end of the year, so not a complete non starter!
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