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Thread: Will XFR alloys fit an E Pace???

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    Will XFR alloys fit an E Pace???

    Just wondering if a set of alloys off an XFR will fit on an E Pace

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    I wouldnt think so but I may be wrong.

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    I guess that the XFR wheels will be the 20" low profile monstrosities, I would not want them as a gift but whatever brings you happiness!

    Ask these people http://www.sbwheels.co.uk/ they will know and are very helpful.

    They are an excellent source of Jaguar wheels and did me a good deal to swap the 20" wheels that I hated off my XK8 for a set of new OE 18" ones ..............Better ride and the 18" tyres are less than half the price of the 20" ones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kylieash View Post
    Just wondering if a set of alloys off an XFR will fit on an E Pace
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    We'd have to buy one of each to find out.

    So... As you already own one of them, buy the other too...

    ... then you can find out and let us know?

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    Both cars are a 5 X 108 PCD so yes they should. Depending on what size you go for though there are different offsets and the xfr wheels are slightly wider...but the E Pace will have plenty of clearance i would imagine so i dont think you will have an issue. All info here: https://www.wheel-size.com/size/jaguar/

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    Looking at that chart the XF has a slightly smaller thread size on the wheel studs.

    I assume the holes for the studs in the wheels won't be smaller on the XF, but probably best to check!
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