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Old 13th July 2016, 13:35   #271
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Default Re: Various cars and their respective wheel PCDs

Originally Posted by vivekgk View Post
Does the TUV300 use the same 114.3 x 5 PCD as the new Scorpio, Brezza, Duster etc? Or is it still on the 160 x 5 like the older Mahindra models?
TUV300 wheel PCD is 114.3 x5 bolts.
PCD is same as Brezza and Duster. However, the offset may not be in the same range.
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