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Old 7th May 2009, 00:30   #136
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Thanks kp! So this means the stell drums/ alloys from the indica/indigo should fit the ikon. Great!
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Old 7th May 2009, 00:44   #137
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Thanks kp! So this means the stell drums/ alloys from the indica/indigo should fit the ikon. Great!
PCD is same so the holes will fit without an issue but sometimes the rim design parameters varies like the offset can cause the rims to scrape with brake drums.

So, please try and check first.
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Old 7th May 2009, 00:48   #138
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how can i check that? do you know the offset for both these cars?
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Old 13th May 2009, 19:00   #139
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The dealer here has a set of Linea wheels which a buyer of a new petrol Linea exchanged for some 17" alloys. The wheels seemed to fit the GTX without problem but am making sure. I plan to fit 195-55 R 15 Pirelli P7s on them.
Aftermarket 98 PCD wheels are almost impossible to find so I think the Linea rims are the best option. They should fit without any issues, in fact another user had fitted them on his Palio already, check out 123rd or 124th page on the "Official Alloy Wheels Show off thread".
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Old 13th May 2009, 23:23   #140
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Aftermarket 98 PCD wheels are almost impossible to find so I think the Linea rims are the best option. They should fit without any issues, in fact another user had fitted them on his Palio already, check out 123rd or 124th page on the "Official Alloy Wheels Show off thread".
Thanks mate. Post no. 1834 in the 'Official Alloy Wheels Show off thread" est moi .

The Linea's wheels are good and are a perfect fit. One word of caution though - the wheel bolts need to be changed too. (The bolts for the steel wheels of the Palio work fine, the ones that come with the alloy wheels are too long).

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Old 14th May 2009, 14:10   #141
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Does Anyone Know The Pcd Of The Tata Nano
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Old 6th June 2009, 19:17   #142
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Thanks mate. Post no. 1834 in the 'Official Alloy Wheels Show off thread" est moi .

The Linea's wheels are good and are a perfect fit. One word of caution though - the wheel bolts need to be changed too. (The bolts for the steel wheels of the Palio work fine, the ones that come with the alloy wheels are too long).

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They have bolts that allow 4x100 wheels to be fitted where 4x98 are required. Anyone heard of them or knows where to get them in delhi ?
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Am using a 06 Zen, when i planned to get rims i dint get much models on my 4 bolt 114 PCD pattern.
So i modified to the most common pattern 100 PCD, now my car runs absolutely well with the mods. No problem at all.
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can somebody please post the PCD of the wheels of i20 CRDI. Any current owners of the car may respond. Thanks in advance.
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the pcd of i20 is 4 hole 100 pcd
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can somebody please post the PCD of the wheels of i20 CRDI. Any current owners of the car may respond. Thanks in advance.
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Guys, whats the PCD of the Chevy Aveo?
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Old 17th October 2009, 17:18   #147
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What about Punto dynamic??
Can i go for 15" or 16" alloys as well??
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Old 21st October 2009, 02:25   #148
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What are the PCD and offset values for chevrolet spark??
Can someone please help with this question?
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Old 9th January 2010, 20:16   #149
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I saw a Fiat Uno Diesel fitted with Lancer steel rims and fat tyres yesterday. I wasn't able to inspect the vehicle closely though or talk to the driver. But I'm pretty sure that they were lancer rims. Does this mean that all Fiats (98PCD) can accept Lancer rims?

Also, does anybody have any idea how to look for Bolero/Scorpio's 5 x 160 PCD wheels on international markets? The only vehicle that seems to use this PCD is the pre-2003 model Ford Transit.
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Old 10th January 2010, 19:43   #150
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^^ If I remember my Lancer's alloy wheels correctly, they were 100 PCD.
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