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hi all could anyone tell me if 17" gt multi spoke wheels will fit a 156 without any fuss i.e a straight swap .
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Afaik the PCd on both is the same so they should fit on ok.
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I have the same wheels(17'-16 spoke)on my GT and also on my 156(mk2).
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The only issue would be the front disk rotor size I think. The GT has 230mm diameter rotors (again I think!!).

If any viewers of this web know where I can purchase a GT wheel for use as a spare, I would be grateful (Australia preferred).

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will fit, no probs. same PCD bolt pattern and appropriate offset.

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The only issue would be the front disk rotor size I think. The GT has 230mm diameter rotors (again I think!!).
hee,hee, not quite.

V6 GT and late model 147GTA have 320mm diameter discs. though that isn't the issue; it's the 4-pot Brembo brakes calipers that are the issue on the these cars (and 305mm versions on 147GTA and 156GTA), which may not fit behind the spokes.

OP's car is not a GTA from what i can gather, so shouldn't be an issue.

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