Alloy question for 206

blacklineninja

Track Warrior
Points
162
You can go up to a 17" x 7 without requiring arch mods on any 206. Offset's a pain in the bottom though, I think it's ET28 off the top of my head. Most aftermarket rims are about ET35-40ish but you can get spacers by Eibach and H&R that'll solve this problem.
 

luwegi

Full member
Points
31
From
UK Plymouth
Car
Peugeot 206 53 Reg
You can go up to a 17" x 7 without requiring arch mods on any 206. Offset's a pain in the bottom though, I think it's ET28 off the top of my head. Most aftermarket rims are about ET35-40ish but you can get spacers by Eibach and H&R that'll solve this problem.
Thank you very much :D Very helpful

Luwegi
 

Bertrum

Torque Junkie
Points
57
From
Felixstowe
Car
Mondeo Zetec S TDCi
From an alloy wheel guide i found the offset is between 20 and 25.
You will need hubcentric spacers which can be expensive.

Why not go for a set of 17"s from a 207? They can be had cheaper than buying a set of wheels and spacers and they can also look quite nice
 
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