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Old 24th December 2019, 08:13
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Default MGF Alloys & Tyres will fit Triumph 4x95.25 PCD

Hi everyone.

I have a set of five MGF 'square peg' alloys for sale due to a change of plans.

Price is 100 for the set (cash on collection from Downham Market, Norfolk).

They're 6Jx15 and are fitted with unused Hankook 175/65/15 84H tyres.

They come complete with centre caps and a full set of chrome wheel bolts (16).

The wheels are in pretty good condition but not immaculate - there's some kerbing to the rims and one has a scar on a spoke, but they all hold air and look perfect from ten paces if you squint (check out the pictures).

Being the same PCD as the Triumph Spitfire, Herald and Vitesse, they will fit a Triumph based car - I've seen a few Sammio Spyders and at least one GT6 running them, but please do your research to make sure they won't foul anything. The last pic is of them fitted to a Spitfire chassis.

I'd also recommend that you fit Freelander wheel studs to your hubs as they're much heavier duty than the spindly Triumph ones and they're a straight swap.

On that note, the included nuts are for the Freelander studs, so you'd need to source a set of Triumph alloy nuts if you intend to keep the standard studs.

Anyway, here's some pictures -















Any questions just PM me.

Last edited by Mister Towed; 24th December 2019 at 08:17.. Reason: Resize huge picture.
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