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I need to replace alloy wheels with normal wheels for my 2002 fiat lisalovepunto active what do i need can you help

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Call around to local junkyards, look on ebay, and on craigslist. Most likely another brand of steel wheel will fit on it, but you may have to find Fiat wheels. Stick with used wheels and buy from someone local as they will cost a ton to ship.

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