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HI HI ALFA'S I am looking at a set of golf wheels which have pcdx100 been told this stud diameter will fit on alfa 156 pcdx98 if i use wobble bolts. But according to the stud fitment giude the offset is the same 35-42 but the bore is 1 out alfa is 58.1 golf is 57.1 will this be ok or will it not work out ie wheel wobble with me wobble bolts lol Also did the 147 use the same size stud diameter for a long time as have a eye on a set of these aswell thanks ain advance to any helkp guys and girls
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All 147 have 98mm pcd. So the 100mm pcd Golf wheels will be okay in terms of stud pattern as long as you use wobbly bolts. The bore might be a problem but you might be lucky as you are only talking about 0.5mm of clearance on each side! If they are aftermarket wheels it is just a case of buying replacement spigot rings.
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VW Bore size won't work.
You can't get a 57.1mm hole over a 58.1mm stub.............

Re the 147, yes always used the same size.
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