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  1. #1 old marina/ital wheels 
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    Does anyone have odl set of Marina/ital wheels and tyres - just for moving car around whilst re-commissioning? Kent/southeast London Thanks
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    If nobody helps, you have the choice of ebay and small Triumphs that have the same PCD wheels.
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    thanks - presumably that's dolomites and spitfires etc? I might do better just to get a set of alloys ready for when car is running again. What is the offset - I know pcd is 95.25.
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    Quote Originally Posted by timarlin View Post
    thanks - presumably that's dolomites and spitfires etc? I might do better just to get a set of alloys ready for when car is running again. What is the offset - I know pcd is 95.25.
    Discussed many times on the forum.
    A quick search for ‘offset’ in the roadster forum will find lots of info.

    https://www.marlinownersclub.com/for...ghlight=Offset
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    thanks very much
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    thanks for comments and help - problem now solved
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