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Cheviot Mirage 15" rims
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wonder how these would go on a 1200? they are 114.3 PCD

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Posted on: 2019/4/22 1:10
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Re: Cheviot Mirage 15" rims
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That second picture is a Bluebird TRX wheel, not the Cheviot.

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Re: Cheviot Mirage 15" rims
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Do 15" wheels fit on a 1200 without modifications?

Posted on: 2020/4/4 4:45
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depending on the offset - yes but also take into account the tyre profile.

I had to take the front bottom quarter out of my front guards as the just scraped the out side of the tyre

Posted on: 2020/4/4 7:30
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I ran trx rims for a while on my coupe and sedan, both could use a 195 tyre on the rear but they would rub on the struts on the front so needed to run a 185 or spacers. And like Demacoz said the profile was an issue.

Edit: That was with coilovers, so not without modification.

Posted on: 2020/4/5 3:47
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