I recon I will keep an eye out for one that comes up cheap enough local to me but couldn't remember was it the TF with the proper suspension?
Thanks for pointing that out Alan, I assumed the MG PCD was 4 x 100 rather than checking.Only problem with using those rims is you will also have to use spacers on the rear, MGF/MGTF used a strange PCD found on no other car if I remember correctly, so I'm not sure the 220 Coupe Turbo (I did like that car) will fit.
MGF/MGTF – PCD: 4x95.25 (4x3.75)
220 Coupe PCD: 4x100
After a quick Google you will need adaptors, which will throw your rear wheels even wider, unless you get the hubs redrilled.
But the ones you linked to will work for the front
With regards to the tyres, the MG crowd always recommended fitting a 1 size larger on the rear, I seem to remember running 195's on the front with 205 the back, but how much difference it made I'm not too sure.
Thanks for the link AlanChris, I ran Mary on 15" Bini rims I can't find her build diary, maybe it disappeared when the forum was rebuilt some time ago, but here she is when Steve got her https://www.muddybuggies.com/forum/index.php?threads/marys-back.1352/ still on them. I didn't have any issues with them, far smoother ride & no noticeable loss in performance. Obviously there was a PCD difference, but I think I used wobble nuts & was very careful when tightening them up, in fact Steve bought new alloys & still went the same `PCD i believe.
Yes thanks, good option for not using spacers and making the buggy any wider.Just remember you can always modify the hubs to 4x100 pcd if needed? I did it with my trike which had a 1.4 metro engine and subframe in the back. It too also ran 95.25pcd but i re-drilled the hubs and brake discs and fitted new studs.