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hi im after some help would a mk3golf alloy wheel fit on to my polo6n2 thanks  

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Tomedpayne

Mk3 golf wheels came with both 4x100 and 5x100 stud pattern. Your 6n2 will be 4x100 stud pattern, so as long as the alloy from the mk3 golf is 4x100 you shouldn't have an issue fitting it.

  

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