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Adjustable PCD!

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

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Adjustable PCD!

Postby Grist » 24 Mar 2008 22:10

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Postby top fuel » 24 Mar 2008 22:12

Oooooh!

what wheels are they on?
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Postby han » 24 Mar 2008 22:13

i don't undestand.. does that mean they can fit more things without millions of holes?
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Postby heartagram » 24 Mar 2008 22:42

Thats trick as fuck!
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Postby pilsbury » 24 Mar 2008 22:43

spot on han, bit like built in wobbly bolts...

spigot rings become kinda essential though...
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Postby kristjan » 25 Mar 2008 15:39

I have seen a set of wheels with adjustable PCD myself. Pretty sweet things! Took them off a TypeR and tried to fit on a Mercedes (The fronts didn't fit though, cause of the crazy MB hubs) But the wheels were cool for sure. I think they were adjustable from 5x100 to 5x114,3 or smth. Can't remember for sure anymore.
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Postby Grist » 25 Mar 2008 19:11

looks like they are made by Heroes Racing

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Postby stealthstylz » 26 Mar 2008 11:24

Would be a piece of piss to do but means you have massive holes in your wheels.

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Postby chapel » 15 May 2008 16:03

very very very dope.
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Postby dt83aw » 11 Nov 2008 20:29

haha! genius.
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Re: Adjustable PCD!

Postby rayray086 » 23 Jan 2009 07:37

Sick! How reliable were these though, and how do they work???? Any other wheels?
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Re: Adjustable PCD!

Postby Skunkworkz » 03 Mar 2009 13:20

I'm sure tsw or somebody done something similar, great idea, but not sure if i'd trust them fully.
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Re: Adjustable PCD!

Postby SaxoAl » 09 Apr 2009 07:02

TSW's current wheel range have a number of wheel in that are 'Vari fit' style.
Same design as the above. Fit a variety of fitments between 5x108 and 5x120 PCD's.
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Re: Adjustable PCD!

Postby The piano man » 13 May 2009 22:21

is it possible to use these to go from 5x100-5x120.65?

i know its a fair gap but my wheels already have big holes in them so these would be perfect for what i need

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Re: Adjustable PCD!

Postby DrRubber » 05 Jul 2009 07:09

Yup TSW have done it under their alternate branding TSR.

There are only a couple of good looking wheels in the range and CBL rings are a must.
Great Idea for the manufacturer and the consumer.
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