Advert doesn't say what fitment.
156 are 5*98, 35-38 offset, 58.1 bore.
You can fit 5*100 wheels if using wobbly bolts, but then it's difficult to get wobbly locking bolts to stop someone pinching them.
thanks I ask the seller and he doesn't know what off set means.
Thanks for the info....
Steer clear then ...
Offset is the distance between the edge of the wheel and the face where the wheel bolts onto the hub .... check this page out
Too much offset puts stress on your hub bearings and the tyres may rub on the wing .. it may also upset the handling of the car .. too little offset and the wheels/tyres will catch on the suspension and you need to add spacers, which means longer wheel bolts, etc.
I have a feeling Mondeo's have four stud wheels as well ...
Offset is the distance between the edge of the wheel and the face where the wheel bolts onto the hub
Almost. It's measured from the centreline of the wheel to the hub face. Low offset (or ET) will mean a wheel sticks out more.
By the way, presuming these wheels came off a 2000 to 2007 Mondeo, the bolt pattern will be 5 x 108 (they were 4 x 108 before that), but those wheels look like they have dual fitment, i.e. 10 holes (5 at 108, and 5 at ???.
Personally I wouldn't chance it. And they're from Limerick!
They look too 'Audi' to me, don't think they'd suit a 156. There are plently of wheels that come up for sale mate, unless you really want these exact wheels then just let them pass and keep looking, plently of other bargain wheels to be found.
4x108 was up until 2000. in 2000 the "second generation" mondeo was launched with the 5 stud wheel fitment. so to you and I than means mk1 and mk2 are 4x108 and mk3 is 5x108, so ST24 alloys will fit on your mk1.