Audi Alloys on VX Vectra?

Audi Alloys on VX Vectra?

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VXvectra2005

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1 month

Saturday 12th June
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Does anyone know if there's any way I could fit alloys from a 2002 Audi A4 onto my Vauxhall Vectra 2005?

Only reason I'm asking is because I had the alloys refurbished and they look amazing but my Audi broke down around 2 days later so I purchased the Vectra and scrapped the Audi but kept the alloys.

Any help would be appreciated, thanks.

d_a_n1979

3,125 posts

39 months

Saturday 12th June
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Find out what PCD, centre bore & offset your alloys are and see if the Audi ones match

If they don't; it's a no go unless you mess with spacers/adapters etc

All this info will be available on Google thumbup

VXvectra2005

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2 posts

1 month

Saturday 12th June
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Audi Alloys:
PCD 5x112
Centre Bore 57.1mm

Vectra:
PCD 5x110
Centre Bore 65.1mm

I got this information off the internet, any chance the Audi ones will fit the Vectra? Or do you have any idea where I could get the adaptors from?

Thanks.

shtu

2,229 posts

113 months

Saturday 12th June
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Waste of time really.

Flog the newly-refurbed Audi alloys, buy some Vectra ones. I'd expect that you'll have money left over.

finlo

2,397 posts

170 months

Saturday 12th June
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HustleRussell

19,653 posts

127 months

Saturday 12th June
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VXvectra2005 said:
Audi Alloys:
PCD 5x112
Centre Bore 57.1mm

Vectra:
PCD 5x110
Centre Bore 65.1mm

I got this information off the internet, any chance the Audi ones will fit the Vectra? Or do you have any idea where I could get the adaptors from?

Thanks.
There is a lot more to it than these measurements alone, you would need to consider the size of the wheel and tyre, the offset of the wheel etc.

It is quite unlikely the tyres will be the right diameter for the Vectra so you may end up replacing those too.

The spacers and bolts option posted by mdma. will cost a couple of hundred quid and you will have to beware your offsets.

To answer your question, no- not without quite a lot of fking about and additional expenditure. You’d have to be very certain that the Audi alloys will look good on the Vauxhall before you went to all this trouble.

E63eeeeee...

595 posts

16 months

Saturday 12th June
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You can try something like this https://www.rotawheelsuk.com/tyre-size-calculator.... to see how different the two sets of wheels/ tyres will be on the car. Almost certainly easier to buy wheels specifically made for the car though, especially if you haven't spent the time to get your head around wheel sizes and offsets and tyre sizes.

Scrump

14,679 posts

125 months

Saturday 12th June
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The PCD is the spacing for the bolts which is different.
The offset and centrebore can often be sorted with spacers/spigot rings etc but the PCD cannot really be changed. Possibly having the wheels machined but then it would look gash and would ruin the new finish; alternatively I think there are things called wobble bolts but I would not recommend them (see here https://www.pistonheads.com/gassing/topic.asp?t=12... )

Do you know the et values and rim widths of the two sets of wheels?