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fn2 alloys on the fd2

Just wondering if they're the same, I have a set off my cw in the shed that i'm selling but if they fit an fd i'm thinking of refurbing them & using them as spares
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Guessing you might need spacers for the brembos

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Just wondering if they're the same, I have a set off my cw in the shed that i'm selling but if they fit an fd i'm thinking of refurbing them & using them as spares
They will fit fine ,no need for spacers.
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The fd offset is v strange +60 but your fn2 alloys should fit
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It's the fd wheels need spacers to clear the fn brakes. Fn wheels bolt straight on the fd

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No found it on FD2 owners, thought it may help to see how the wheels look and fit.

Although currently going through man maths to see how I can get a FD2 on my drive. I also want a larger house with a double garage, hopefully I can afford both.

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K20/24 fd2.
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