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anyone know what the width of the cav mk3 wheel width is? i was thinking of fitting a set of omega mv6 wheels to my cav and wondered if theyd fit?
 

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wondered if omegas being rwd would make a difference to whether this is possible. dont remember seeing a set of omega wheels on a cav before
 

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v6 set up is different though i think. the aftermarket alloys on my cav v6 cdx are 35 et (17s), facelift omega elites are 33 et (17s) and minifacelift omega elite wheels are 39 et (16s). standard cav cdx alloys are 49 et. i have had them all out today comparing... and a right pain it's been too.
 

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Model / P.C.D. / Offset / C/Bore

Agila, Astra Mk 3, Calibra, Cavalier, Vectra 4 x 100 35...49 56.5

Astra Mk 2, Corsa, Nova 4 x 100 42...45 56.5

Calibra V6 & 4x4, Carlton, Cavalier V6 & 4x4, Omega, Vectra V6, Senator, Zafira 5 x 110 35...42 65.0

Sintra 5 x 115 38 73.0
 

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thats not entirely accurate cos it doesnt account for model changes ie. omega a 16" 39 - omega b 17" 33 but its more or less there (should point out its copied from another site)
 

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after all that i picked up my new wheels, omega elite facelift wheels, ET 39!!! nuts. listed as ET 33. so 39 exactly the same as whats on the cav atm!! sheesh!
 

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a front wheel drive vauxhall from the 1980s to around a few years ago excluding the renault based vans and sintra had an offset of 42-49,do not go under this figure as running omega wheels on a cavalier/vectra will cause a few problems,mainly clearence problems if the car is lowered and tramlining
 
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