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I have a 2001 toyota corolla and I am wondering if a wheel from a voltswagon golf with 4 wheel studs would fit my toyota corolla with 4 wheel studs? Pleas if you can give me an detailed answer thank you

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  • cave_shawn Sep 26, 2009

    The wheels on my toyota corolla are just standard factory wheels. However the wheels from the the voltswagon golf are alloy wheels 14' wheels same as the size of the standard wheels on my corolla. this is why I wanted to know if I could fit them on my car. The golf is a 1996 or 97 I think. I hope this helps! Please respond soon thank you

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The VW wheels measure 14x6 57.1 and your corolla wheels are 14x5.5 54.1, the vw wheels are 1/2" wider but as long as you use the proper size tires for your corolla you wont run into any problems. also the bolt patterns will match they are both 4x100.

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