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looking for 16" inch alloys for 56 2L Avensis d-4d estate

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hi, ive recently brought an Avensis d-4d estate and have been having trouble finding the right alloys for as i understand the fittings may be different for saloon and estates, if anyone has a set for sale or could give me advice on what i actually need id be most grateful.

thanks

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Hi John, welcome to TOC 🙂

afaik fitments for saloon/hatch/estate of the same engine are the same however they do vary between engines.

2.2 D4D & 2.4 petrol use 5x114.3 PCD, all others 5x100

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hi, thanks for the info, ive found some 17s alloys, 7j 17h2 et 45, and they've come with 225/50 r17 tyres, will they be ok?

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afaik should be but your speedo will read ~3.8% lower than it would with the 205/55 r16 that I believe were the tyre for a 2003-2006 

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ok, il be doing all the brake disc's and pads this weekend so il find out for sure then. fingers crossed.. and thanks for your time

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you should also inform your insurance company of the modifications. Depending upon the company they may or may not charge.

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