Wheel PCD?

4 years 8 months ago #144668 by Yellow Peril
Hi folks,
Trying to find the PCD of my MGF Trophy, have searched everywhere, and every combination of searches,

alas, no definite statement, so who can tell me? :nonod:

I haven’t lost my marbles they are in a bag somewhere

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4 years 8 months ago #144669 by David Aiketgate
95.25mm x 4 stud

David
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4 years 8 months ago #144674 by PQD44
The very little used, hence very hard to find third party wheels, PCD of 95.25mm is a throw back to the old imperial 3 3/4 inch PCD used on small Triumph cars, such as the Spitfire and the Dolomite.


TR7 with MGF wheels fitted.

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4 years 8 months ago #144686 by Badger

PQD44 wrote: The very little used, hence very hard to find third party wheels, PCD of 95.25mm is a throw back to the old imperial 3 3/4 inch PCD used on small Triumph cars, such as the Spitfire and the Dolomite.


TR7 with MGF wheels fitted.



Here's some others that used 3,3/4" PCD originally designed for a 13" rim, although the PCD's are the same the offsets will vary.

Rover 100 4 x 95.25
Rover 114 4 x 95.25
Rover 214 4 x 95.25
Rover 220 4 x 95.25
Rover 416 4 x 95.25
Rover 420 4 x 95.25
Austin/MG Maestro 4 x 95.25
Austin/MG Montego 4 x 95.25
Triumph Acclaim 4 x 95.25
Triumph TR 6, 7 4 x 95.25
Triumph Spitfire 4 x 95.25
Triumph GT6 4 x 95.25
Triumph Herald 4 x 95.25
Triumph Vitesse 4 x 95.25
Triumph Dolomite 4 x 95.25 (not the Sprint apparently)
MG TF 4 x 95.25
MGF 4 x 95.25
Some early Lotus's with BL running gear (MGF based Elise)
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4 years 8 months ago #144697 by Blow-in
I find Roger Parker's restoration manual useful for this sort of information. It confirms the PCD of 95.25mm (not that there was any doubt about the accuracy of the information above) and discusses the various issues around different styles of wheels.

R

1.8i Mk2 Solar Red, 16 inch square spoke wheels, MGFMania hood with zip-in glass rear window, DRLs, Kmaps ECU, Pipercross panel air filter, MGOC Supersports back box & some cockpit bling

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4 years 8 months ago #144717 by Denial
If like me your looking to fit after market alloys then you'll notice the range isn't that great. The best site i have found selling aftermarket alloys that will fit the TF/F:

www.rimstyle.com/alloywheels/selection/?...del_id=798&year=2003

and i am in no way affiliated with this site or any of the manufacturers on it

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4 years 8 months ago #144720 by Diesel Destroyer
Weird mines 5x100 :-?




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