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  1. Both of my Peugeots, when I had them, they were 505 "s" models with alloy wheels. I was regularly having to go the dealer to buy replacement missing lug nuts (noticing I'd been driving around on 3 for God knows how long). Given the design of the rotating collar and the aluminum construction, my deduction was that the lug nuts were over-torqued by the rubes at the local gas station when replacing the snow or summer tires. That, and having had the experience of trying to change a tire, when the nuts were so tight I bent the lug wrench standing on it, trying to loosen the bolts. (Had to call for reinforcements on that one... brother's wedding day of course). Anyone else have this experience? I know the east coast corrosion was really hard on these wheels as well. The alloys on the '82 were painted over, even at 1 year old when I got it. Sorry to be asking so many questions, but I am trying to get another 505s to fulfill my dreams, so I am trying to educate myself. There were no fora (or internet for that matter) when I had my last one.
  2. Looking for a set of four 4x140 rims in the Portland, OR area with lug nuts. Am open to styles, and tires are not necessary. Would prefer local pickup, but may agree to shipping for the right set. Thanks!
  3. Hello Everyone, I recently bought my first Peugeot a few months back (1979 french market 604 turbo diesel 5-speed) and I'm super thrilled with it. However, the car came equipped with a set of TRX tires were made before I was born (though they have plenty of tread!). Obviously, before I introduce it to any kind of speed, I'd like to get a new set of tires. Since TRX tires are the worst, I'd like to go ahead and find another set of wheels that fit and are not TRX. Best case scenario, I can find the same style, but in 15" form. I'll attach some photos of the style I'm talking about (first picture is my car, second is of non-TRX of the same style on a 504 coupé). At this point though, I'm willing to consider any 4x140 wheels. I don't really need the tires since I plan on buying a fresh set, but I wouldn't turn them down. Anyone got any sets of wheels lying around they'd like to get rid of? Thanks!!
  4. Hello all i am currently looking for a Set (4) Peugeot 505 alloy wheels 14" or 15" NO METRIC (390mm) Wheels! i am located by Santa Cruz California but don't mind traveling to San Francisco Bay Area or Los Angeles curb rash is ok, no tires or with tires is ok, must have lug nuts! i have been looking for these 4x140 for some months now. thanks in adavance regards, ben *Update* recently got a set of 15" inch peugeot 505 wheels on here so am no longer looking for a set anymore thanks again jeff!
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