I am thinking of buying a set of wheels for my 156. Ther are 18" and the PDC is 100, offset 35.
Will i need woblly bolts?
Yes, 156 is PCD 98. You will probably need a suitable spigot ring as well, as 156 has center bore 58,06mm.
Would they look stupid if i didn't lower the car?
Car will look a little bit like those estates trying to be SUV (Alfa crosswagon, Volvo crosscountry, Skoda octavia scout...) If its stupid that depends on what you like.
Will they ruin the ride of my car?
18"? yes. Again, it subjective, but most of the comfort will be lost.
I have said i would take them as i think they would look well but i was planing on lowering with springs. It would be even better if i didn't have to lower at all.
Has anyone any exerience here?
18" wheels + lowering springs without uprated dampers will definitely ruin the ride. I would not use this setup for a daily driven car. Too much compromise for the looks only. For a weekend car where mainly looks matters its OK.
Better options will be:
18" + dont change anything on suspension - if you can live with the looks
18" + lowering springs + get adequate dampers as well - if you can afford
17" wheels - if the head wins over the heart
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