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No, they won't fit. The bore is too large so the wheels will not centre properly. The lug holes are on a different circle diameter so the wheels won't even go on for the bore hole to be an issue.


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The ride height won't have a big effect unless you drive curves with high velocity, something that is always troublesome on bad road conditions. Adjusting the ride height is difficult and causes other issues. Easier and much more effective measures are good winter tires, defensive driving and experience. Should you prioritize handling on snow get the most ...


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As I currently reside in an area which experiences cold* winters, and do not have access to a garage, I started considering getting an electric block heater. The design I have in mind is installed in the coolant circuit. It consists of a heating element, a coolant pump and a mains power supply. The car is plugged in up to 4 hours prior to being used, and the ...


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Most cars are heated using heat from the engine, usually with a smaller radiator used to transfer heat from the cooling system to the internal heating system. The colder it is outside the longer it takes the engine to get up to temperature. That said, 15-20 minutes is far too long and I'd check the coolant level in your car as it may be low, meaning the ...


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PCD stands for Pitch Circle Diameter. That's the circle that the 5 studs describe. Each hole is on the circumference of circle with that diameter. So, the ' 5' means 5 studs, but the circle that each wheel has holes in is different by 5mm - near 1/4". With a bit of judicious filing, they may slip on - but DON'T TRY IT ! The other problem is the big hole ...


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