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Old 29-03-2004   #1
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wobbly nuts?

can someone enlighten me to what the hell they are and what they do?? thankyou

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if ur PCD on ur hub dont match ur PCD on your alloys by a few mil then wobbly nuts can help, i think...

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thats basicly it they are a 2 part nut or bolt, so you pcd on a fiat is 98mm so if you wanted to put vaxhall wheels on with a pcd of 100mm you can bodge them on with wobbly nuts/bolts.
I think that this is dodgy as it must make the wheel run in a slightly egg shape motion, you would be better off getting the right wheels to start with.
for a picture of what pcd is see the bottom of the page here... http://www.abacotyres.co.uk/FITMENTGUIDE.html

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so am i guessin that alloys that are on clios will fit on to my bravo? if i get wobbly bolts cause the pcd is 100mm

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so am i guessin that alloys that are on clios will fit on to my bravo? if i get wobbly bolts cause the pcd is 100mm

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the center bore will be bigger but you can get plastic rings for that, why not get propper fitting alloys?

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because they are off my mates clio! 17inch oxygens and there free!! so i could get them to fit on my car then, but havn't gotta clue what the [plastic rings are??

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phone these guys http://www.abacotyres.co.uk they had a load of these rings when i bought my alloys off them, i hadn't seen or heard of them untill i saw them.

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they don't hav them rings in stock damn them

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One thing is for certain, wobbly nuts are not what men normally have.
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Binki says this is a wobbly nut:D


well it is saturday night:p[xx(]

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