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hey guys, just wondering what the oem wheel size for a mz-g edition is. Is it 16,17??

also what's the bolt pattern size?

and offset

https://www.driftworks.com/japan-racing-jr-wheels-jr3-16x7-et40-5x114-3-white.html

these are the wheels i would like to replace the oem ones with... Would i be able to keep the tyres i already have?

Thanks in advance

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Hi again Charlie,

 

Check out my previous posts to you regarding wheel sizes and tyre sizes.

 

MZG are 205 65 16 95H all round

 

Bolt pattern is 5 stud on PCD is 114.3

 

You need a 6.5JJ rim with an offset of 39mm

 

There are some wheels and tyres on here for ONLY £200.

 

Run flat tyres may require a different rim.

 

There are tools on the internet to ensure tyre size and wheel size are compatible if you wander away from the OEM sizes above.

 

I don't know what the centre size is but Driftworks will have spigot rings in different sizes

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6 hours ago, Rojie said:

If you are changing away from standard size OEM wheels go to 

 

Willtheyfit.com and play with their wheel and tyre size model.

hey Roger

 

I did that last night and apparently they will fit on the van. they have the same stud pattern and they are 16s.. so same size, these are going to be my winter alloys. hence why they are smaller 

the offset is a millimeter bigger so that was my only worry. and if they would still fit the tyres the oem wheels are wrapped in. 

Could you send the link to the 200 quid wheels? are they aftermarket or oem ones??
 

Many Thanks

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Charlie,

 

One mm difference in offset is OK.

It won't make any difference.

 

Go to the Willtheyfit.com website.

Put in 205 65 16 on the left hand side and your new wheel size on the right.

 

If you scroll down it will tell you whether you will lower, or heighten, the van

Whether your wheels will move inwards, outwards, or both.

 

I'll try and find the ad. Will come back to you.

 

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1 minute ago, Rojie said:

Charlie,

 

One mm difference in offset is OK.

It won't make any difference.

 

Go to the Willtheyfit.com website.

Put in 205 65 16 on the left hand side and your new wheel size on the right.

 

If you scroll down it will tell you whether you will lower, or heighten, the van

Whether you will lose or gain wheelarch clearance etc.

Whether your wheels will move inwards, outwards, or both.

 

I'll try and find the ad. Will come back to you.

 

 

Search for colin2, or Colin2.

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There is another website, which I will need to find that describes what wheel tyre combinations are OK, and which are not.

I'll try and find it for you. It is something that explains the J wheel sizes.

 

Are you intending to have two sets of tyres on two sets of wheels; or one set of tyres for two sets of wheels ?

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48 minutes ago, Rojie said:

There is another website, which I will need to find that describes what wheel tyre combinations are OK, and which are not.

I'll try and find it for you. It is something that explains the J wheel sizes.

 

Are you intending to have two sets of tyres on two sets of wheels; or one set of tyres for two sets of wheels ?

i am intending to have 1 set of tyres for two wheels (at the moment) just due to buying a new pair. So my plan is to use the those ones because the wheels are still 16 inch, but im not sure if the tyre will fit

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Hi Charlie,

 

Do you have standard wheels and tyres fitted now ?

 

What size tyres do you have , which you hope to fit to both set of wheels ?

 

Did you look at the wheels for sale in this Forum (Sales section) ?

 

When you buy more tyres will they be winter tyres ?

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7 minutes ago, Rojie said:

Hi Charlie,

 

Do you have standard wheels and tyres fitted now ?

 

What size tyres do you have , which you hope to fit to both set of wheels ?

 

Did you look at the wheels for sale in this Forum (Sales section) ?

 

When you buy more tyres will they be winter tyres ?

yep got standard wheels and tyres fitted at the moment

I did look at the wheels, and i might buy them for the tyres. (Prefer that alloy style to the mz-g one)

I will prob buy more tyres in January, and i will have the set i have now for spring/summer/autumn (early) and a new set for winter/ early spring

not sure what size tyres they are, just whatever is standard i guess. (Had to get some new ones because the guys at mpv specialist said the tyres were newly fitted and passed an MOT the day before i picked it up) but in reality, they had no tread and where destroyed on the inside.. So i got the garage to fit me a new pair... dont know much about van tyre sizes. always had low profile.. i will check now. All i know is they are van tyres, and i think they are multiseason

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Just now, Rojie said:

If you go to oponeo.co.uk

 

You can use their Tyres suitable for a xxJ rim.

 

Lots of choice. Be aware of the clearance changes, as noted before.

 

Those that colin2 should be OK for winter use ! Only £200 !

 

Sorry, they do suitable Rims for a specific tyre too !

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32 minutes ago, Rojie said:

Charlie,

 

Please remind me which 2008 model you have ?

What is the model number ?

 

MH ?

 

I think you have 6.5J wheels; I am just trying to check.

The wheels will be stamped (on the inside !).

MNH10W

alright ill go on the website now

The tyres i have now SHOULD work with the wheels i might get.

Thanks for all the info 

 

Charlie

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