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Mazda, Lexus, Kia Alloys.... anyone?

Mazda, Lexus and Kia all use the same 114.3mm pcd as the civic with similar comparable offsets.

Has anyone tried alloy wheels from any of these manufacturers and if so did you have any issues?

I'm not sure what bore size they all use. Presumably the bore size is equally important as the pcd?
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PCD is critical whereas bore size can be adapted to provided the bore in the alloy is larger than the hub.
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