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    I have heard that the mitsubishi stud pattern is the same as nissan and toyota. coz i have seen a TE with maxima wheels and a camry with verada alooys.

    IF this is the case, what about some R34 GT-T rims on a magna?

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    Magna is 114.3x5 - Same as Falcon and Skyline I beleive.

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    dont think 34 rims would fit, but definately the list above (including BA falcon) and camrys
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    ppl say dat skylines have the same offset as magnas but they dont. i got my rims from a r33 and theyre on, but theyre the wrong offset.

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    The rims from the skyline will fit because they have the same PCD but not those from a WRX. The Holden PCD are the ones most European cars use... Holden just want to be Euro thats all...
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    yeah the skyline amd magna offsets are way different

    cause my wheels dont fit my bros R33

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    offset?
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    Quote Originally Posted by magna boy
    offset?

    OK. 3 important things about wheels.

    PCD: Pitch Circle Diameter, the diameter of the circle when you trace
    a circle through the centre of each bolt. Its easy for a 4 stud pattern. That
    is just the distance from the centre of diagonal opposite studs.

    Offset: the distance from the centre of the wheel (when looked at from the
    side on, not the face of the wheel) to the mounting plate. Positive offset is
    where the mounting plate is towards the face side of the centre and
    negative offset is the opposite. (Note that most modern cars have positive
    offset of around 40mm. Subarus have very high positive offsets of 60mm).

    Spigot Diameter: This is the diameter of the centre hole of the wheel. Bad
    alignment problems arrise from wrong spigot diameters.

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    so basically i have no hope?

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