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155s are all 4 stud unfortunately, also the PCD or is it PDC (distance beween the bolts) may not be the same. :(

my 106 was only 3 stud! cant believe they do a 5!
 

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pugs are 4 stud but have a very unusual PCD! about 103mm i think, or 107.. something like that :confused:

sorry they wont fit the alfa :(
 

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Banflu said:
pugs are 4 stud but have a very unusual PCD! about 103mm i think, or 107.. something like that :confused:

sorry they wont fit the alfa :(
I'm sure the Pug uses a 108mm PCD the same as a Ford :rolleyes:
 
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Pug wheels are the same as Ford.

There's a lot of Escorts around here with 1.9GTi wheels on :rolleyes:
 

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I'm sure the Pug uses a 108mm PCD the same as a Ford :rolleyes:

yes thats right. couldnt remember it sorry :)

the only difference is that the pugs use a different offset than Fords.. so ford wheels + spacers would fit a pug, but pug wheels on a ford would stick out a bit :rolleyes:
 

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all major wheel manufacturers should make wheels for an alfa. or are you looking for 2nd hand wheels? in that case you would have to find alloys which were fitted to an alfa / fiat / lancia. if you order new wheels you would just have to say that are for an alfa, and they would order them in 4x98mm PCD and the correct offset. (well they should)
 
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