Subaru 4 stud rims?

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Subaru 4 stud rims?

Unread post by sudso » February 25th, 2010, 10:49 pm

Are there any 4 stud sunraysia style rims ie - Subaru that would fit a 4 stud Ford Cortina?
Does anyone know the Subaru PCD as well?
Reason is I'm helping my nephew turn his Cortina into a bit of a rally basher with stronger rims, bigger tyres, raised suspension etc.
Any info appreciated
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Unread post by toy yoda » February 25th, 2010, 10:58 pm

suby is 4 x 140mm pcd cortina 4x 107.9mm
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Unread post by sudso » February 25th, 2010, 11:06 pm

toy yoda wrote:suby is 4 x 140mm pcd cortina 4x 107.9mm
Cheers. We didnt know the subi pcd. Ah well, have to see if anyone makes sunraysia style of rims for a corty. At the moment it's lowered and has ricer pimp boy wheels and tyres.
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Unread post by edz » February 26th, 2010, 2:04 pm

Sudso If you feel up to redrilling a few stud holes HT-G-K holden / Torana and of all things volvo five stud pattern will fit... One or two Studs line up from memory, I used a Torana five stud pattern on my V6 Escort.. Im sure ROH made Sunraiser rims for the early holdens in both 14" & 15"... Check my 4WD Escort posts
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Unread post by BLU-125 » February 26th, 2010, 7:21 pm

You are better off using 4 stud wheels for redrilling, as you, obviously, can drill between the holes.

Post what size rim you want, or what size tyre you want to run, and I'll find you some answers.
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Unread post by nilla60 » February 26th, 2010, 8:32 pm

When I was looking for 14" rims for SWMBO's old Subie, I found a place that would drill blank rims to specification. Wasn't real cheap though and I found some off the rack rims in the end anyway.

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Unread post by sudso » February 26th, 2010, 10:45 pm

Cheers for all that. I think early 4 stud Datsuns had the same pcd as 4 stud Ford too?
Just after something to roll it around on for now as he's selling his multistud pimp boy rims and tyres.
Some 15x6 rims in the end (if he doesn't wreck the car before it's finished :D )
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Unread post by cac » February 27th, 2010, 8:29 am

sudso, a lot of nissans/datsuns use a 4x114.3 pcd, i know for certain the bluebirds and skylines from the 80's do, and while i've seen a tonne of 1600s and the like with brake upgrades running the same PCD, i couldn't be certain if it was factory....

try MAD DAT MOTORSPORT and see if they can clear it up for you....
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