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    • Created: 2 years, 9 months ago
    • By Jake

    Offset of 38 for Peugeot 206 1.4 2003

    Hi, I have a peugeot 206 1.4 2003. I have 17 inch alloys already fitted. Will 17 inch 4x108 PCD with an offset of 38 not 34 (as standard requirement) still fit? Will it matter if the PCD is out by 4?

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      • Answered: 2 years, 7 months ago
      • By c7

      You mean "Will it matter if the OFFSET is out by 4mm?" not PCD...
      Generally, no as 4mm will be with the tolerance of OE. However, with a 4mm spacer you can correct this.
      ET38 wheel + 4mm spacer = ET34

      As an aside, PCD matters if it's out by4 - the PCD has to be exact. It's the diameter of the imaginary circle drawn through the bolt holes. The PCD has to match so the bolt-holes in the wheel line up with the bolt-holes on the hub... did you ever play with coloured blocks of differing sizes and shapes as a child? The ones that had to fit in specific holes? That's kin of the idea ;)

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      • Created: 2 years, 7 months ago
      • By c7

      That reads funny with all te spaces taken out!! ...

      That reads funny with all te spaces taken out!!
      It will not matter that the offset (ET) is out by 4mm, but in any case this can be corrected with a 4mm spacer: ET38 wheel + 4mm spacer = ET34. (going the other way is not possible, however)

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        • Created: 2 years, 1 month ago
        • By princeesdiary88

        Peugeot 206 hatchback I wheel data

        I have a peugeot 206 hatchback I. With wheel a fitment of 4x108 bolt pattern offset of 25 & bore 65.1 will a offset of 18 fit my car?

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          • Created: 9 months ago
          • By Dazza04-180

          No you would need 7mm spacers to correct it ...

          No you would need 7mm spacers to correct it for instance if a car like my 206 180 has an offset of 34 and I justcbought some alloys that are a 38 offset I will need 4mm spacers to correct this...and it's the Same for you with an offset of 25 to 18, the difference in yours would be 7mm. You can buy hubcentric wheel adapters of all sizes at around 120 quid ...but unless you want them to stick out like a sore thumb or you don't have a wider kit on your car they ain't worth those prices.... think about getting ones call wheels shims/spacers , they do all sizes do the same job but cost about a tenner :- )

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