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<blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">quote:<hr /><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Originally posted by Hoygaard:
<strong>Oi, hold your horses mate.
I've got OZ alloys on my 156 with 5X100 pcd. OZ only make the Supertourismo alloys with 5x98, so they sell the 5x100 alloys with special bolts that make them fit Alfa's. Check the PCD on the Opel. If it's 5x100, all you gotta do is to buy 20 special bolts from OZ and the appropriate centering adapters. I believe Opel use a different size hub aswell.
Hoygaard</strong><hr /></blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif">Hoygaard,
Thanks for bringing this up! I've been hearing about this centering adapters for a while. While I know 5x100 PCD will fit 156 (follow with slight vibrations at highspeed = not good), a few of my friends are looking into buying OZ wheels, too. So here are some questions to you.
How does the centering adaptor work? Or where can I get more information on-line? Are you experiencing any vibrations at any speed at all?
//2000 156 2.0TS / AD Remap / Supersprint Exhaust / K&N Filter Kit / Rhoddy Harvey-Bailey Suspension / AR Strut bar /16" Telephone dials + Yokohama V550 / Tar-Ox discs + SS lines + MQ pads //
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