Wheel with 4.25" PCD

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Mr Spigot
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Wheel with 4.25" PCD

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I had this wheel sitting in my boot as a spare for years but when I took it out the other day to swap with another one, I found out that it does not fit as it has a 4.25" PCD whereas the Minor has a 4" PCD (distance between wheel stud centres). I cannot remember where it came from, but it is in great condition as it looks almost new and has a new Kumho 145/80R 14 76T tyre fitted to it.
I am open to offers (collection only from Eastbourne, East Sussex) and would be grateful if anyone has any ideas what it would fit!
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Re: Wheel with 3" PCD

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Not wanting to doubt you but from that picture the distance from opposite holes looks more than 3 inches, in fact I can’t think of a vehicle with a 3 inch PCD wheel rim. Mind you if you’ve tried it on a Minor and it doesn’t fit, it can’t be for that,

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Re: Wheel with 3" PCD

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les wrote: Sun Jun 26, 2022 12:56 pm Not wanting to doubt you but from that picture the distance from opposite holes looks more than 3 inches, in fact I can’t think of a vehicle with a 3 inch PCD wheel rim. Mind you if you’ve tried it on a Minor and it doesn’t fit, it can’t be for that,
Ah! Schoolboy error! I only measured adjacent holes. Opposite holes are 4 1/4" apart. Still the wrong size for a MM. I have corrected the posting and thanks for your help.
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