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WTB 15” alloy wheels [Georgia, USA]

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converse212 Eric Morgan
Tucker, Georgia, USA   USA
1958 MG MGA
1970 MG MGB "Daily Driver"
1970 MG MGB GT "Rusty"
1971 MG MGB GT    & more
Looking for 15” alloys for my MGB...familiar with all the new options, trying to save some money.

Offbeat, different, funky wheels always accepted. Show me whatcha got!



Daily driving a '71 MGB

Resurrecting a '58 MGA

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halloween Gregg B
Sheridan, WY, USA   USA
I'm not sure, but I think a lot of 70's & 80's Datsuns or Nissans had the same bolt circle as MGB's, so I might try looking there.

eks3703 E K Starzinger
Marietta, Ga, USA   USA
1968 MG MGB GT "Chimera"
1974 MG MGB "The Mirage"
1974 MG MGB GT
I run 15" 280zx turbo wheels on my roadster. Only down side is you either have to roll the driver's side rear fenderwell or swap to a WW axle because of the offset.

Erich


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200mph Platinum Member Mike Joy
Winston-Salem, NC, USA   USA
Eric,

I have a pair of 15x7 "slot" style mags in MGB bolt pattern for sale in this thread: Click Here >>> FS: 15x7 Slot Mags

PM me for a "net" price if interested.


All 240Z, 260Z, 280Z and some ZX have the same bolt pattern as MGB, 4 x 4.5".



"Have you ever thought... Everyone driving slower than your MG is a MORON, everyone driving faster must be a FREAKING IDIOT!". . . George Carlin

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