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306 and 206 alloy wheel fitment
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The alloy wheels fitment diffrence on the 306 and 206 what diffrence will there be?

306
93 to 01
4x108 Pcd
15 to 20 Offset
65.1 Bore

206
98>
4x108 Pcd
20 to 25 Offset
65.1 Bore
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#2
Well you have it all written out there? I don't get what your asking?
10mm spacers usually
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The only real difference is the offset...you need to run spacers (and tyre sizes, actually) to fit them to a 306 without them scrubbing.
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4WayDiablo Wrote:Well you have it all written out there? I don't get what your asking?
10mm spacers usually

Im not that good with the fitment sides.

I just know like ford peugeot then vauxhall vw what fit what etc.

So the 10mm spaces will bring the wheels out more I take it?

Is that cause they tutch something?

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Scott Wrote:The only real difference is the offset...you need to run spacers (and tyre sizes, actually) to fit them to a 306 without them scrubbing.

What will 205 40 17 from 206 wheels be like on the 306?
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Get the offset right and it will be fine
The 306 optimum etc is about 18
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Welshy_Pete Wrote:
Scott Wrote:The only real difference is the offset...you need to run spacers (and tyre sizes, actually) to fit them to a 306 without them scrubbing.

What will 205 40 17 from 206 wheels be like on the 306?

Depends on the offset buddy.

For 205's you do need to be careful with offset, especially if your car is lowered.
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I was thinking of keeping the height standard for now on the 205 40 17s
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Standard height on 17's looks silly especially on the rear
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4WayDiablo Wrote:Standard height on 17's looks silly especially on the rear

How much mm need lowering on the back to match the front?
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4WayDiablo Wrote:Standard height on 17's looks silly especially on the rear

sure does!

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this was parkedd on a really big hill! Looked alright then!

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who paints drums! that does my head in lol
BBBOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSSSSSSSSTTTT!!!!!!!!
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Sam I forget how post awfull those wheels were haha. So glad you got rid
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That looks lowered my mate is on challengers and on the rear I can get my fist in!

They say arch gap is like a vagina, the more you can get in the worse it is....
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4WayDiablo Wrote:That looks lowered my mate is on challengers and on the rear I can get my fist in!

They say arch gap is like a vagina, the more you can get in the worse it is....

lol lmao
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So 17inch the back will need lowering maybe 30mm or 40mm?

What other sizes like 15 or 16inch will be fine with out any lowering?
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it ''doesnt'' need to be lowered but it looks alot better
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If you dont space them it will rub the back of the arch wearing the tyre and plastic.

If you dont lower it it will look like a monster truck

If you dont lower it you will look like a chav who has just bought a set of 17s cuz they sick

you will also need longer bolts or bolt on type hubsentric spacers

do not be tempted to buy cheaper non hubcentric spacers as it will be dangers as the wheel will have no sprigot to sit on

And be warned 17s with a 40 profile will make for a rough noisy ride

hope the info helps a bit?

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puglove Wrote:If you dont space them it will rub the back of the arch wearing the tyre and plastic.

If you dont lower it it will look like a monster truck

If you dont lower it you will look like a chav who has just bought a set of 17s cuz they sick

you will also need longer bolts or bolt on type hubsentric spacers

do not be tempted to buy cheaper non hubcentric spacers as it will be dangers as the wheel will have no sprigot to sit on

And be warned 17s with a 40 profile will make for a rough noisy ride

hope the info helps a bit?

It sure does thanks
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puglove Wrote:If you dont space them it will rub the back of the arch wearing the tyre and plastic.

If you dont lower it it will look like a monster truck

If you dont lower it you will look like a chav who has just bought a set of 17s cuz they sick

you will also need longer bolts or bolt on type hubsentric spacers

do not be tempted to buy cheaper non hubcentric spacers as it will be dangers as the wheel will have no sprigot to sit on

And be warned 17s with a 40 profile will make for a rough noisy ride

hope the info helps a bit?

The hubcentric spacers is there certon makes which are good ones over crap ones?
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Not especially mate. Obv you get better brands and cheaper brands but to be totaly honest there is no difference in preformance.

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