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    I notice the wheel bolt pattern for a BMW 1 series E87 is Five bolts on PCD 120mm
    I was wondering if anyone knows what other manufacture has this particular bolt pattern?
    I was thinking maybe Alfa Romeo, Mercedes, Skoda or VW have the same.
    I looked at Holden Commodore and I think they are Five bolt on PCD 112mm.
    Looking to buy a "Space Saver" Second-hand!

    RegardZ
    Last edited by GarnZ; 28th April 2016 at 09:49 PM.

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    not sure if this helps..

    http://www.dynomec.co.uk/universal-spare-wheel.html

    Also, maybe the Audi Q7/Q5?

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    Thanks Jnrdavo, I had doe a bit of research... You may have nailed it!

    I found this as some may not understand the term.. PCD [Pitch Circle Diameter]
    Bolt circle. As stated I'm looking for a 5 bolt 120mm PCD


    The bolt circle is the notional circle determined by the positions of the bolts. The center of every bolt lies on the circumference of the bolt circle. The important measurement is the bolt circle diameter (BCD),[1] also called the pitch circle diameter (PCD).[2]

    A general guide to common bolt patterns by manufacturer:

    BMW: 5x120 mm XXXXXXXXX [This the pattern i'm after]

    Dodge: 5x100 mm, 5x114.3 mm

    Ford: 4x108 mm, 5x108, 5x114.3 mm, 5X135 mm, 5x139.7, 6x135;mm

    GM (Chevy, Pontiac, etc.):5x100mm, 5x115 mm, 5x120.7 mm, 6X139.7 mm

    Holden Commodore : 5x120mm >>>>> POSSIBLY

    Honda/Acura: 5x114.3 mm, 4x100 mm, 4x114.3 mm

    Hyundai/KIA: 4x114.3 mm, 5x114.3 mm, 4x100 mm, 5x139.7 mm [3][4]

    Jeep Wrangler JK 07-UP 17"&18" 5x127mm 5x5in

    Mazda: 5x114.3 mm, 4x100 mm

    Nissan/Infiniti: 5x114.3 mm, 4x114.3 mm, 4x100 mm

    Peugeot/Citroen: 4x108mm, 5x108mm

    Porsche: 5x205mm (Porsche 356 to 1965), 5x130mm, 4x130 (VW-Porsche 914)

    Renault/Dacia: 5x108 mm (older models), 5x114.3 mm (most recent models), 4x100 mm

    Studebaker cars: 5x114.3 mm

    Subaru: 5x100mm, 5x114.3mm

    Toyota/Lexus/Scion: 5x114.3 mm, 5x100 mm, 4x114.3 mm (very old models), 4x100 mm

    VW (air-cooled era): 5x205mm (Type I to 1967 (USA) exc. Type 181, II to 1971, III to 1965), 4x130 (1966-2003 Type I and III including VW-Porsche 914)

    Volkswagen Group: 4x100 mm, 5x100mm, 5x112 mm

    Volvo/Jaguar: 5x108mm

    Alfa Romeo; 5x 110mm

    So! It looks as so there aren't many to choose from!
    RegardZ



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    Just looked up Audi .. No good for me.. I wish they sold that "Dynomec" Universal spare in Australia!
    Audi are 5 bolt X 112 mostly,
    Q7 has 5 x 130, TT has 5 x 100.
    RegardZ.
    Last edited by GarnZ; 2nd May 2016 at 10:14 AM.

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