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Old 14-09-15, 10:26 AM   #1
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Hi people I've just bought a 207 sw and it's got steelies with trims on I want to change for some nice alloys but can't seem to find the stud pattern and diameter for my model .so my question is what stud patern are the wheels and what other marques of car wheels would fit thanks in advance
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Don't know if this helps matey.
https://www.tyreleader.co.uk/alloy-c...eugeot/207-sw/
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Cheers bud just had a look at that it looks like they are 4x 108 so now I can start having a look for some nice ones
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Its not just the stud pattern that matters fords have the same 108 mm stud spacing but the offset of the wheels are very different some wheels will rub on the strut some will be too wide and catch the arches best to stick to peugeot and citroen specific wheels.
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You must make sure the wheel offset is correct so it doesn't rub on anything.
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Ok thanks for replies does that mean I could fit Citroen wheels on my car as well as pug wheels
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