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Old 8th August 2012, 02:05   #241
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Hi All,

I recently bought a used MM540 and it came with the Scorpio steels rims ( the seller said ). When I was reading here, I found out that the PCD for MM540 is 139.7mm 5 bolts. The Scorpio specs are at 160 PCD. So, is it possible to fit Scorpio rims on the MM540. Anyway, the point is I want to upgrade to alloy wheels from the steel rims and am not sure what to ask for. 139.7 PCD / 139 PCD or 160 PCD?
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The bolero came with 160 pcd and the hubs were interchangeable. Hence the previous owner may have changed the 540 hubs to Bolero ones. If you have Scorpio wheels then your pcd is currently 160.
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Hmmm, going through this thread I realize PCD of 114.3 is not that unusual after all. I wonder why I was told so by many accessories shops for my Duster. Looks like I have to have a word with them again.
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I visited a tyre shop to find more details on the tyre options I have for my Ritz. I asked for 195/55 R15 tyres but would like to stick to the cheaper steel wheel as I don't want to spend much for now. I asked whether the i-Vtec City's steel wheels would fit the Ritz considering both have 100 pcd but the fellow told me that it is not possible without a convincing answer.

My question is that can I upgrade to stock 15" wheels of another manufacturer as the Ritz has 14" factory fitted? If yes then what options do I have in terms of steel wheel since I know of only City having 100pcd in 15"?
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I believe the new Swift has 15" as OE size with the same pcd so that's an in house option. BTW all Maruti's save for the SX4, Vitara and Kizashi have 100 pcd.

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My question is that can I upgrade to stock 15" wheels of another manufacturer as the Ritz has 14" factory fitted? If yes then what options do I have in terms of steel wheel since I know of only City having 100pcd in 15"?
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I am waiting for the delivery of my Ertiga ZDi with alloys.
It comes with 185/65 R15 tyres

Whats the correct up size ?
What options do I have in the stock size ?
What is the PCD of Ertiga alloys ?


PS - I want to stick with Michelin,which I have been using for last 8 years.

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Can anyone please tell me whether i can use Chevy Spark alloy wheels or steel rims on old Zen .
I believe both have same PCD.
Offset i am not sure.
I want to swap out Zen 145/80R12 to 165/65 or 165/60R13 but i need rims max 5 J
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Hi,

I am getting an Ertiga ZDI... Planning to have an alloy installed.... My friend has offered me his 15inch alloys of the Innova as he is selling it with the original disc.....

The pcd of innova is 114.3 and I was wondering if its the same for the ertiga aswell.. I know that the SX4 shares the same platform of the Ertiga.. so was wondering if the PCD for the ertiga is the same aswell.

Please advice
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Can anyone please tell me whether i can use Chevy Spark alloy wheels or steel rims on old Zen .
I believe both have same PCD.
Offset i am not sure.
I want to swap out Zen 145/80R12 to 165/65 or 165/60R13 but i need rims max 5 J
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Hi,

I am getting an Ertiga ZDI... Planning to have an alloy installed.... My friend has offered me his 15inch alloys of the Innova as he is selling it with the original disc.....

The pcd of innova is 114.3 and I was wondering if its the same for the ertiga aswell.. I know that the SX4 shares the same platform of the Ertiga.. so was wondering if the PCD for the ertiga is the same aswell.

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Gents,

I suggest you check my posts I posted today itself, here in "Alloys wheels Show off" section, before upsizing your tyres or getting a new pair of alloys from any other vehicle.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/tyre-a...ml#post3231197

Let me know if you need more information. You may also like to check the spec of existing and new pair of tyres/alloys etc on this online calculator for upsizing:

http://www.tyrestore.in/upsizing.htm

Take care.
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What is the PCD, offset for Toyota Liva for both tyre options - R14 & R15?
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has anybody tried putting 15in wheels on NHC to increase its ride hight?? If so pls let me know what wheels and tyre size.
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Can anyone tell me the pcd of xuv500
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Guys,

I have a pre owned Audi A4 2.0 TDI, 2009 make, and one of the tyres gave way yesterday when I inadvertently drove the car for a few kilometers. The tyre is beyond repair now, I need new tyre as a replacement.

The problem occurs now:

. I checked online websites like changemytyre.com etc, which suggest 205/ 60R 16 for the car.

I checked a few websites and they recommended 225/ 55R 16 for Audi A4 2.0 TDI, 2009-2013 model.

Now I have seen the rest of the cars of my tyre and surprisingly, the three tyres bear a marking 245/45 R 17. This has thoroughly confused me. These are Dunlop tyres, not stock fitment but a replacement made before I bought the car.

Now I have three four clear questions:

1. Which tyre size and radius should I buy? 245/45 R 17, or 225/55R 16, or 205/55 R 16?

2. What are the pros and cons?

3. I have seen tyres of JK, CEAT, Apollo, Bridgestone, Yokohama, Pirelli and Michelin. Which ones should I buy as such, do the Bridgestones and Michelins actually offer better quality or is it just the name?

4. A few tyre dealers have shown me tyres called Jinyo Tyres. Its a chinese company with teh tyre for 205/55R 16 retailing for 3800 INR. The tyres look good, I read the booklet the dealers had in detail and the company seems good. So wondering whether it makes sense to experiment. Jinyo Tyres is easily searchable on Google.

5. Since one tyre has gone bad and another is bulging at sides, I will probably need to change two tyres. The basic question is that can I even try changing two tyres to different dimensions than the ones already fitted, 245/45 R 17? I dont think so. In this case, the above questions are absolutely invalid.

Need some help around this confusion. Why would the earlier owner have put some weird configuration of tyres whereas 245/45 R17 is a configuration I have never found anywhere on Google for an Audi 2.0 TDI?


Completely confused and running the car on stepney which is ill advised and not a measure beyond next 2-3 days. Kindly advise, I will be very very grateful.

Cheers
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This thread is a definite MUST in this section.
A lot of our members including me have always wanted the PCD figures of every car sold in India so that it would make it easier while either shopping for alloy rims or buying them from other members.
Guys, post accurate PCD values.
@Mods: Pls make this a sticky

Hi guys!! Please check out the cars of 100x4 pcd

Amaze, Jazz, City, City 2014,V-Tech,New City,Beat,Eon,Santro,Getz,i10,i20,Accent,Viva,Vern a Old,Verna Fluidic, Astra, Corsa, A-Star, Alto, Alto K10,Celerio,Ritz,Wagon R, Versa, Swift, Swift Dezire, Baleno, Micra, Sunny, Lancer,Lancer Sports, Liva, Etios, Corolla, Pulse, Scala,Cielo..

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whats pcd? can you elaborate for dummys lke me
PCD is the Pitch Circle Diameter or the bolt pattern...so that means to get the alloy fitted to the hub perfectly you need a perfect bolt pattern which is always measured in mm. Any variation could create a problem after or even while fitting the alloy to the hub.

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Guys,

I have a pre owned Audi A4 2.0 TDI, 2009 make, and one of the tyres gave way yesterday when I inadvertently drove the car for a few kilometers. The tyre is beyond repair now, I need new tyre as a replacement.

The problem occurs now:

. I checked online websites like changemytyre.com etc, which suggest 205/ 60R 16 for the car.

I checked a few websites and they recommended 225/ 55R 16 for Audi A4 2.0 TDI, 2009-2013 model.

Now I have seen the rest of the cars of my tyre and surprisingly, the three tyres bear a marking 245/45 R 17. This has thoroughly confused me. These are Dunlop tyres, not stock fitment but a replacement made before I bought the car.

Now I have three four clear questions:

1. Which tyre size and radius should I buy? 245/45 R 17, or 225/55R 16, or 205/55 R 16?

2. What are the pros and cons?

3. I have seen tyres of JK, CEAT, Apollo, Bridgestone, Yokohama, Pirelli and Michelin. Which ones should I buy as such, do the Bridgestones and Michelins actually offer better quality or is it just the name?

4. A few tyre dealers have shown me tyres called Jinyo Tyres. Its a chinese company with teh tyre for 205/55R 16 retailing for 3800 INR. The tyres look good, I read the booklet the dealers had in detail and the company seems good. So wondering whether it makes sense to experiment. Jinyo Tyres is easily searchable on Google.

5. Since one tyre has gone bad and another is bulging at sides, I will probably need to change two tyres. The basic question is that can I even try changing two tyres to different dimensions than the ones already fitted, 245/45 R 17? I dont think so. In this case, the above questions are absolutely invalid.

Need some help around this confusion. Why would the earlier owner have put some weird configuration of tyres whereas 245/45 R17 is a configuration I have never found anywhere on Google for an Audi 2.0 TDI?


Completely confused and running the car on stepney which is ill advised and not a measure beyond next 2-3 days. Kindly advise, I will be very very grateful.

Cheers
1. Which tyre size and radius should I buy? 245/45 R 17, or 225/55R 16, or 205/55 R 16?

The stock size of Audi A4 is 205/55/16 but now that you have other three tyres of 17 inches diameter you will have to either change all the rims to 16” or go for one tyre of size 245/45/17. It also depends on the rubber left on the remaining tyres. If all the tyres need to be replaced then you can go for any good tyre company like Bridgestone’s or Michelin’s would do. Don’t go for Chinese brand of tyres. 225/45/17 is the best size you can go for instead of 245/45/17 if there is a need to change all 5.

2. What are the pros and cons?

16” you cannot as the rims are 17” now and in my opinior 245/45/17 is not the size for a car with stock size of 205/55/16. You can check this on http://www.tyrestore.in/upsizing.htm

3. I have seen tyres of JK, CEAT, Apollo, Bridgestone, Yokohama, Pirelli and Michelin. Which ones should I buy as such, do the Bridgestones and Michelins actually offer better quality or is it just the name?

Go for any branded tyre may it be a Bridgestone, Michelin or any other.

4. A few tyre dealers have shown me tyres called Jinyo Tyres. Its a chinese company with teh tyre for 205/55R 16 retailing for 3800 INR. The tyres look good, I read the booklet the dealers had in detail and the company seems good. So wondering whether it makes sense to experiment. Jinyo Tyres is easily searchable on Google.

By buying Jinyu you will be saving some money but then you also have to buy rims of 17” which would cost you extra. I would recommend that you should opt against buying Chinese tyres.

5. Since one tyre has gone bad and another is bulging at sides, I will probably need to change two tyres. The basic question is that can I even try changing two tyres to different dimensions than the ones already fitted, 245/45 R 17? I dont think so. In this case, the above questions are absolutely invalid.

You should go for total set change go for 225/45/17 , but if you want to go a couple then you should go for 245/45/17 as you are left with no other alternative than putting this size.
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