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BillyGeddes

Wheels (please help)

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Hi all, just curious, I've bought a set of 15"s for my aygo 2007. They are trds 15" 6.0Jx15 ET38. Does anyone know if these will fit properly? And can anyone recommend a tyre size as they never came with any?

Many thanks!

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Hi Billy,

Have a look at this ln the "How to guides"  (Up at the top of the page) and skip down about half way as it gives a good guide to any change of wheel or tyre size.

https://www.toyotaownersclub.com/tutorials/article/73-aygo-frequently-asked-questions/

Just be aware that you'll have to inform your insurer of any change....Some charge, some don't but I do love an Aygo with alloys.....They make a huge difference to the look and feel of our motors.  I'm still with the original 14" alloys on my Fire but keep thinking about 15" alloys with a wider tyre.

Good luck with your new purchase......Post a couple of photos, Matey.....We all love those!!!! :thumbsup:

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