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Old 5th March 2007, 22:20   #31
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Ya .. tell me about it .. And the sad part is, because FIAT cars are a slow-moving (read slow-selling) lot, it's very difficult to find a variety of alloys (Indian or not) for them. I should know .. I own a Palio.
You can find one in the Aura or Neo range.
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Old 8th March 2007, 15:24   #32
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Santro ZipDrive (1-lit model)

Wheel model no. HY1344_1143, Wheel size 13" X 4J, PCD 4H/114.3 mm, Offset 46 mm, bore 67 mm.

Source: See Hyundai Atos in

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Info for many other cars is also given in this site.
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Old 5th April 2007, 02:28   #33
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Not only pcd but many other specs are rather confusing for many. What is hub diameter, offset and bore. What kind of alloys should i use for my adventure( fiat) and for my amby.
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Not only pcd but many other specs are rather confusing for many. What is hub diameter, offset and bore.
Check out Car Bibles : The Wheel and Tyre Bible
Should answer most of your tyre/wheel related questions.

On another note, I saw the fiesta's PCD mentioned on this thread. Does anyone know the offset?
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friends, common pcd ( pitch cetre diameter) that is prevailing in the market are 98, 100, 108, 114.3, 160 and 139.7. majority of the cars comes under the 100 pcd chart. 98 pcd is the monopoly of Fiat vehicles. Esteem, Zen, 800, Optra, Accord, innova, Sx4 belongs to 114.3 pcd. Tatas and Ford hold the 108 pcd chart. 160 belongs to mahindra suv's and 139.7 pcd belongs to gypsy or willys alteration segments....
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Old 24th May 2007, 00:58   #36
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what is the pcd of ambassador ?
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i am a tyre dealer in chennai, i do have the entire list of PCD's for diffrent cars, let me know if you require any of then in specific
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When I purchased alloys for my Swift, I remainded the vendor about 100 pcd thing.

Will the PCD mentioned in the alloys? How can we ensure that alloys supplied were of the PCD we insist?
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Can a set of alloys on a skoda be used on a verna?
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no, shoda uses 5 holes, where as verna's wheels have 4
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When I purchased alloys for my Swift, I remainded the vendor about 100 pcd thing.

Will the PCD mentioned in the alloys? How can we ensure that alloys supplied were of the PCD we insist?
The PCD is mentioned on the box of the alloys and it also mentions the cars it can fit (provided you go for Indian make like Aura or Neo). Dont know about the Foreign made ones but they all mention the PCD. Dont worry about 100 PCD. They are readily available..problem comes when you have to search for PCD 98 for a Palio
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What's the PCD for the Honda Civic?
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What's the PCD for the Honda Civic?
I think it's the same as Innova, 114.3
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Yes it is 114.3. I have seen a few Innova's with Civic rims
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I think it's the same as Innova, 114.3
Thanks a lot. That'll help when I change the alloys.
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