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  1. Will the Golf mk5 18" horse shoe wheels fit my Bora, or can anyone recommend some good wheels 
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    Hey im looking a changing the wheels on my vw bora from the standard 16" wheels to the 18" golf mk5 horse shoe wheels the question is will they fit and will they suit my car, if not can anyone recommend and set of wheels that would fit and look good either 17" or 18"
     
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    I think Mk5 is 5x112 and MK4 is 5x100 so at most a set of adapters are needed.

    after a quick search on ebay you can get reps in mk4 fitment.
     
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