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In theory yes but it would be an awful lot of messing around.
It would be easier, and in most cases cheaper, to just but a full suspension setup.
Not only that but they are un-named so you can't be sure on quality.
 

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I'd get your suspension first.
That way when it comes to getting alloys you will know exactly how much space they need to fit in.

There's nothing worse than having nice shiney alloys, then lowering your car and finding that it scrapes, rubs, catches, or worse, doesn't move at all.
 
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