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Old 25th January 2010, 10:22   #151
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whats the pcd of Chevy beat. the sale person does not know it.
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Old 31st January 2010, 18:52   #152
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I'm a noob at cars...but what's the big deal in measuring PCDs ? One can just use a pair of calipers and check it out.
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Old 2nd February 2010, 02:21   #153
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Dear Brothers,
Just bought a used WagonR,2008 Model,
i have 4 alloys,used in Fiat palio,
Is it possible to fit palio alloys in WagonR ?
please reply and save my money.
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Is it possible to fit palio alloys in WagonR ?
please reply and save my money.
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No.

Sorry, the reply cannot save you money. Unless the alloys you used in your Palios were 100PCD to start with. The Palio PCD is 98.
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Sorry, the reply cannot save you money. Unless the alloys you used in your Palios were 100PCD to start with. The Palio PCD is 98.
Thanks Buddy,
Alloys Ok
Any Chance for Tyres?
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Alloys Ok
Any Chance for Tyres?
Not Chance, if the tire size is either 165/80-13 or 185/70-13.
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dears ,
whats other cars alloys & tyres that will fit sumo SE+ directly .
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Dear Brothers,
Just bought a used WagonR,2008 Model,
i have 4 alloys,used in Fiat palio,
Is it possible to fit palio alloys in WagonR ?
please reply and save my money.
Thanks
The Palio's PCD is 98mm and the WagonR's PCD is 100. Small difference, don't go for it since it isn't recommended. Invest in 100 PCD alloys and exchange the older palio alloys when you buy new ones.
That ways you get new alloys and the palio's alloys doesn't stay at home eating up space.

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dears ,
whats other cars alloys & tyres that will fit sumo SE+ directly .
Sumo's has a PCD of 160(mm), the list should be like Bolero, Scorp', Safari.

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Hi Guys,

I wanted to know the PCD for Mahindra Jeep (MM540/MM550)

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@vprodigy- Chevrolet Beat's PCD is 100. Thank God! More Choices.
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Default Verna wheels in Accent

I am having Hyundai Accent with stock tyres. Can I upgrade to Verna tyre with RIms because i am getting Verna Wheels from my friend as he is going for Alloys with over size. Suggestion are welcome

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Verna wheels are no problem but what size tyres is the Verna running? They might be a misfit for your car.
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Not Chance, if the tire size is either 165/80-13 or 185/70-13.
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The Palio's PCD is 98mm and the WagonR's PCD is 100. Small difference, don't go for it since it isn't recommended. Invest in 100 PCD alloys and exchange the older palio alloys when you buy new ones.
That ways you get new alloys and the palio's alloys doesn't stay at home eating up space.

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Sumo's has a PCD of 160(mm), the list should be like Bolero, Scorp', Safari.
Thanks For Support Brothers
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what is the pcd of ambassador ?
Does anybody have a clue what is the PCD (Offset and width also if possible) of the Ambassador rim is? It is different than the MGs and other British cars of the period. Could not find anything on the net.
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Default Upsizing with Fusion wheels - Possible?

Am keen on upsizing my wheels from 14" to 15",but not with alloys. Some info I gathered on the specs of Ford Fiesta and Fusion wheels.(Hope I'm right)

Ford Fiesta:
175/65 R14
108 PCD
38 ET
5.5W
4 Holes
Ground clearance - 168mm

Ford Fusion:
195/65 R15
108 PCD
38 ET
6.5W
4 Holes
Ground clearance - 198mm

I am currently running on 185/60 R14 tyres on stock steel rims.My questions to the gurus.
1.Will the Fusion's steel rims be a direct fit on the Fiesta? If yes,what tyre size is best suited? 195/55 R15 or 195/60 R15?
2.Will there be a significant increase in ground clearance, with the increase in rim size from 14" to 15"?
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