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Billy C

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Your fitment is right. There's not a 114 x 5 PCD... it is 114.3 x 5 PCD.

You might be alright with a 44 offset. At worst you'll need 2mm-10mm spacers!!! I doubt you'll foul on the calipers or suspension with a 44 offset... especially as they're only a 7J.

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Will they not put too much stress on the bearings having that offset? I reckon they will and you'll have to get new wheel bearings like every couple of months! :thumbsup:

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Will they not put too much stress on the bearings having that offset? I reckon they will and you'll have to get new wheel bearings like every couple of months! :thumbsup:

Nope... you'd be worse off the other way... i.e. if they're a 30 offset.

A 44mm offset brings the wheel nearer to the car.

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