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    Vh05wa
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    Hi guys,
    I have a standard length large Salisbury under my vh, I’m wanting to run a set of centreline auto drags or some sort of weld wheel, who has fit these using the Std length diff? What width,backspacing and stud pattern did you use? Cheers

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    As far as I’m aware all Commodores VB- VZ (except the 4 cyl models) used a 5 x 120 PCD with 69.5mm centre bore size.  Not sure about offsets though as they changed through the various models.  There was a thread on the SC forum which listed all the various offsets through the models.

    This website is good if you know your original wheel size/offset to workout what should or shouldn’t fit

    http://www.willtheyfit.com/index.php?width=235&aspect=35&diameter=19&wheelwidth=8.5&offset=44&width2=265&aspect2=30&diameter2=19&wheelwidth2=9.5&offset2=35#content

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    Yeah remember need a weird backspace like 6 inch or so with 15×7 rim can fit 235/60/15 slick…ride height dependant.

    With salisbury get bit more leeway as it’s tad narrower over b/w diff.

    By right welds etc are chev/hq stud pattern although I think newer model wheels cater to commodore stud pattern from some larte model U.S cars,most likely a larger sizes over 15 inch rims.

     

    Have a squiz on calaisturbo site or even streetcommodores archive,should be info buried in there somewhere.

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    If you cant find the info, do what i did, I made up a template, attach it to a standard rim.  The you can adjust it in/out whilst rotating it to get the ideal offset.  there is a full write up on page 1 of my build thread.

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    Ok thanks! Will check out your build thread

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