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FYI for those wanting to fit Toyota 86/BRZ wheels to the 2018 Corolla Sedan - you will need spacers as rims do not clear the brakes.

 

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Just curious...     I thought only USA Corollas had 5x100 pcd wheels and our local Corolla cars have 5x114.3 pcd.  All Toyota 86/BRZ have 5x100 pcd.  Perhaps there is a difference in the next Corolla yet to be released ?  There is also a difference in the centre bearing (spiggot) size.  So will 86/BRZ wheels fit to our Corollas ? ?

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14 hours ago, TIDYWAZZA said:

Just curious...     I thought only USA Corollas had 5x100 pcd wheels and our local Corolla cars have 5x114.3 pcd.  All Toyota 86/BRZ have 5x100 pcd.  Perhaps there is a difference in the next Corolla yet to be released ?  There is also a difference in the centre bearing (spiggot) size.  So will 86/BRZ wheels fit to our Corollas ? ?

Corolla sedans sold here changed to 5x100 for the ZRE172 when they shifted production to Thailand - the Auris-based hatch built in Japan stayed at 5x114.3.  The Prius also had 5x100 wheels and it was on the same chassis platform as the ZRE172.

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3 hours ago, DannyB said:

Hi Guys, just wanting to know if anyone knows what Month in 2013 was the ZRE172 SEDAN released in Australia.

Thanks Danny

Feb 2014 was the official launch, but the first ones were quite likely built in the end of 2013 and it could be possible that some were pre-sold or soft-launched prior to the official launch.

 

https://pressroom.com.au/print_version.asp?kitID=344

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Hey guys, I have seen some Toyota 86 wheels for sale and I have a 2014 corolla sedan zre172r, will they fit I also live in Australia. Thanks for any help

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  • As you see the 86 center bore is larger requiring the use of hub spacers to make a safe but possible fit to your Corolla
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  • this should be your Corolla PCD specs.
 
 
  • Center Bore / Hub Bore: 54.1 mm
  • Bolt Pattern (PCD): 5x100
  • Wheel Fasteners: Lug nuts
  • Thread Size: M12 x 1.5
 
this should be the 86 specs
 
  • Center Bore / Hub Bore: 56.1 mm
  • Bolt Pattern (PCD): 5x100
  • Wheel Fasteners: Lug nuts
  • Thread Size: M12 x 1.25
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1 hour ago, TIDYWAZZA said:

As you see the 86 center bore is larger requiring the use of hub spacers to make a safe but possible fit to your Corolla

100% agree and support the need to use the hub spacers for safety. Without the hub spacers there is more pressure on the wheel studs which is not an issue until the studs shear off or nuts loosen and there goes the wheel.

Fortunately not direct experience just recalling internet posts explaining about hub spacers and why wheels can come off vehicles.

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