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Old 5th February 2008, 03:20   #76
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What is the best pick for your car oif you want stablily,grip control and quite ride?
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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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Old 15th February 2008, 14:31   #77
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what is the PCD of optra? anyone?
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I think it's 114.3 PCD
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Yes Optra wheels have 114.3PCD.
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its 5 hole 120. same a BMW 3 series from the 1990s
very difficult to source these....
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Old 19th March 2008, 23:55   #81
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Hi, Can anyone tell me what would be the PCD, offset for the RS? and is it 16 x 6 or 16 x 6.5" wheel size?
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Hi, will have to check on the PCD.

The wheels are 16 x 6.5 J.
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5 hole, 100pcd.... offset i think its +38 or +40
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Old 21st March 2008, 16:20   #84
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16X6.5J, 5 hole 100 PCD Et 42

Thats what is written on the inside of the alloys. Checked again. ET = Offset isn't it? Am not sure.

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hmm any of you guys actually mind explaining what a PCD actually is eh??
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yes thats correct, ET is the offset, +42 would be right, for most indian cars its ranging between +38 to +45
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hmm any of you guys actually mind explaining what a PCD actually is eh??
Please see these posts / threads, and continue the discussion there if necessary >

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/tyre-a...tml#post115147 (PCD :: Expert advise please..)

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/tyre-a...tml#post302884 (How can alloys wheels have multi-PCD??)

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What are the PCD and offset values for chevrolet spark??
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For Swift see my earlier post:

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/tyre-a...e-swift-7.html
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I need the offset values of the NHC rims and i10 rims, asap.
kpzen, iraghava..??

175/65/14 rims are a good upsize for the i10 (overall tyre dia decreases by 3mm, which is negligible). Both have 100 PCD rims. My only doubt is the difference (if present) in the offset values.
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