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Being hubcentric will significantly reduce your chances of vibration given the wheel and tire are perfectly round and balanced to zero.

Being lugcentric, you run the chance of getting vibrations even if you torque the wheels in the air. First bump and the wheels will be offcenter, the lugs will bend or the lugs work themselves loose.

If your wheels are not bored specifically for your car, ask for centering rings. Most manufacturers have their "universal" center bore and offer centering rings to fit most cars including the mk2.
 
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