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    Hi all, I did do a search but didn't find a definitive answer.
    What other models of Peugeot wheels fit a 505?
    I don't mind what diameter at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David M View Post
    Hi all, I did do a search but didn't find a definitive answer.
    What other models of Peugeot wheels fit a 505?
    I don't mind what diameter at this point.

    Cheers,

    David
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    Thanks for the prompt reply.
    I really appreciate it.
    Now I know where to look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David M View Post
    Hi all, I did do a search but didn't find a definitive answer.
    What other models of Peugeot wheels fit a 505?
    I don't mind what diameter at this point.

    Cheers,

    David
    I think there is also a couple of Subaru models that fit the same stud pattern (Vortex maybe). Not sure about offset though.

    May be rarer then the pugs anyway
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    Quote Originally Posted by eatpeople04 View Post
    I think there is also a couple of Subaru models that fit the same stud pattern (Vortex maybe). Not sure about offset though.

    May be rarer then the pugs anyway
    there are some subarus with the same stud pattern but they also use 13" wheels

    it is they who are after pug wheel to put on their cars

    ford spectron Van dual wheel model also has the same stud pattern but again i think they are 10 or 12" wheels
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    Also be aware that although the stud pattern is the same between 504/505 and 604, the 604 uses larger diameter studs.

    This means that you cannot use 504/505 wheels on a 604, but you can use 604 wheels on a 504/505, if you get special nuts made up.

    You can also change the studs in the hubs so you can fit any of the wheels to any of the 4-stud RWD Peugeots.

    The Subaru mob like Pug wheels because they allow them to fit larger brakes to their early Subarus, however they also need to use custom wheel nuts. The standard Subaru wheels are useless on any Peugeots because they will not fit over our brake calipers (by a long shot!).
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    You can also use Subaru, but check the offset. Quite a few older subies (brumbies etc) have been retrofitted with pug wheels. I lent a set of steel TRXs from a 505 GTD to a mate while he had his brumby wheels sandblasted and new tyres fitted. Subie wheels need the correct tapered nuts.

    604 has larger wheel studs than 504 and 505, so won't take 504 or 505 steel wheels, though this isn't an issue here I suspect.

    Sizes as far as I can tell are SAE 5J 14 (504 sedan) 5 1/2J 14 (wagon & 604) in steel. 180 x 390 metric to take TRX tyres in steel or alloy but tyres are a real problem these days. 6J 14 and 6J 15 (505 GTi) alloy in two patterns depending on series I or series II

    Tyre sizes are in the various workshop manuals, but basically 175 80 14 for 504 and 505 GR, 185 75 14 works on 505s without chewing the inside off the front tyres too badly, 185 80 14 works on 505 wagons.

    Because the 505 could be optioned with 15" tyres it is probably possible to go to a 16" rim without needing modification approval.

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