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Old 11-22-2005, 09:40 PM   #1
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Question 17's on P10 Primera

hey, i have found a set of alloys i quite fancy they are 17'', P.C.D/Off Set 4x114.3/35..42, 2 alloys have 215/50/17 tyres and the other 2 have 215/45/17. I have been told they can fit a primera, so i thought i would post up details to see if i could get advice if they will fit ok without rubbing or if its not possible to put them on. i have an N reg primera (p10)

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Old 01-21-2006, 05:49 PM   #2
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Re: 17's on P10 Primera

Yes they will fit, yes there will be some rubbing on hard cornering ( car loaded, ie 4 people ). to stop this you will have to have the wheel arch lip rolled up. not hard to do. would also recommend stiffer shocks and springs. the wifes did it (eGT).
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