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    Alloys Fitment

    Hi,

    Hope someone can help.

    I'm looking to buy some rims a fellow member is selling and just want to make sure i dont get something i cant use.

    I have a 2001 astra with the 4 stud fitment and i believe the pcd on these are 4x100, he says the wheels have come off a peugeot 106 which if i'm not wrong (checked google) are 4x108.

    My question is will these fit my car? if yes then thats good but if no then is there anything i can do to make them fit as i really like these alloys?

    Please help as i'm not very technical.

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    You can try use wobbly nuts,(I'm not shure will you find correct size). It will be better to find diffrent alloys
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    peugeot wheels wont fit mate, ive been there and made that mistake
    Vauxhall Astra 2.0 SRI - quote "Why the f**k have u had a 2.0 astra" ermmm "its quicker than my 1.6 astra lol"

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    Thanks guys, spoke to the guy at R-TEC as their round the corner from work and he said the same that they wont fit.

    Will have to find some other alloys

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