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Post by Glenny54 Thu Jan 13, 2022 10:46 pm

Had to have a puncture repaired today so thought I'd get the spare wheel out of its holder to see how the carrier works,came off pretty easy,anyway thought I would  put spare on while I went to local tyre services.When I was looking at some posts they said another  set of wheel studs were needed for steel wheel but there wasn't any so I phoned dealer,they checked with Peugeot and they said the studs are the same for alloy or steel,looking at the back axle i suppose I'll need a wheel brace and a Stanley knife to get them spats off. scratch head
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Post by Suppersready Thu Jan 13, 2022 10:58 pm

Mine were not removable … had to return to Willersey to have them cut off and made removable in case of a puncture ! . You should have three small cover caps on the outside to remove and then unscrew, then as you say a Stanley knife to carefully cut the seal around the outside.



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