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PCD Chart.

What does PCD stand for? Which wheels fit what? Why you'd need spacers & how they alter your offset (ET).

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PCD Chart.

Postby freddyem » 13 Feb 2008 11:52

Found this on Ed38, but thought people may make some use of it here!!

http://www.bikerlifestyle.co.uk/tech/pcd/pcd.html
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Postby mexican » 23 Jun 2008 12:50

or if that dont have what u need,
this one might!

http://www.alloywheelsinternational.com ... guide.html
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Postby Laundy » 25 Jul 2008 02:15

Here some more info or more up to date hope this helps:

General wheek knowledge:
http://www.fastco.ca/media/prices/TechSpecs.pdf

Very Up to date App guide for 2008-2009 with bolt pattern,thread size,oem hex and offsets:
http://fastwheels.ca/FCW2008AppGuide-Web.pdf
Your Weekly Auto E-Zine www.intunedonline.com
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Postby Lex » 14 Sep 2008 22:07

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Re: PCD Chart.

Postby Miche » 07 Sep 2010 05:34

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Re: PCD Chart.

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Postby explorerr » 31 Mar 2012 10:59

hi i have a question.if i take a 57 center bore wheel(bbs rs 016) can i put it to a 58 center bore car?(lancia beta)thanks
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Re: PCD Chart.

Postby mike'85 » 11 May 2013 21:50

explorerr wrote:hi i have a question.if i take a 57 center bore wheel(bbs rs 016) can i put it to a 58 center bore car?(lancia beta)thanks

No, the wheel wont fit over the hub center by 1mm... but you could have them machined to fit by someone with a big lathe... :thumbup:
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Re: PCD Chart.

Postby James1412 » 10 Aug 2013 19:08

Hi

i am new to this site, i have a mk4 golf 1.4, with some BBS CH replicas. I have 5mm spacers on the rears but i have a larger gap from wheel to tyre on the passenger than i do on the drivers side? any help would be great :)

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Postby mike'85 » 10 Aug 2013 21:45

common problem with an easy fix!
jack your car up and support it on axle stands under the jacking points,
then loosen the 8 bolts (4 each side) that hold your rear beam to the body,
and lever the beam over by half as far as its offset..
Use the marks the washers leave on the bracket as your referance to where the beam was, and where it should be.
tighten the bolts back up and away you go! :thumbup:
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