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Old 16th April 2008, 00:06   #91
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No idea about the offsets Hyper but can find out. One suggestion though, 175/65 R14 will probably scrape with the fender on the i10 so be careful especially at the front.
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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.
Hi hyper, did you try this method to calculate the offset using your spare wheel?
https://www.rsracing.com/tech-wheel.html#backspace

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Old 16th April 2008, 21:17   #93
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No idea about the offsets Hyper but can find out. One suggestion though, 175/65 R14 will probably scrape with the fender on the i10 so be careful especially at the front.
Please do find out, if possible. carZest here has bought 175/70-R13 for his i10. So I thought 175 section wouldn't pose any problems. I'll check with him before buying anything. http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/tyre-a...tml#post660032

Thanks for the quick response.

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Hi hyper, did you try this method to calculate the offset using your spare wheel?
https://www.rsracing.com/tech-wheel.html#backspace

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Thanks nirmalts.
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Old 17th April 2008, 15:27   #94
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Hey guys forgive my ignorance but anyone mind explaining what actually does offsets mean eh????
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Old 17th April 2008, 16:21   #95
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Hey guys forgive my ignorance but anyone mind explaining what actually does offsets mean eh????
You can google/search and you can get lots of information regarding the offset. You can see the link
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this is just one of the links that you can see.
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Hi, can anyone tell me what is the pcd and offset value of fabia diesel (alloywheel)?

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I think it is 100 pcd, same as octvia.
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Old 15th June 2008, 12:16   #98
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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.
Is it true? then the Santro Xing Alloy wheels (Aura C9350- Size :13" x 5") will not fit in my 2002 Zip drive (1 ltr) which I almost negotiated from a fellow team-BHPen
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Old 23rd June 2008, 17:12   #99
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What is the PCD of Mahindra CJ340 or Classic? I know people have used Gypsy alloys on them, does that mean I can consider same PCD as Gypsy?

Edit: OK, I found out, it is 139.7

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Anyone know which cars available in the market today share the same PCD as the Ikon 1.6 (108 PCD)?

I just wanna know that I have the option of being able to take my 108 PCD Lenso's from my ikon and put them on another car if that day ever comes.
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The Indica/Indigo is 108 PCD.
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Does anyone know the wheel offset of Palio MJD? The stock wheels are 165/80, 5.0B R13.
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Old 26th September 2008, 20:36   #103
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Does anyone know the wheel offset of Palio MJD? The stock wheels are 165/80, 5.0B R13.
Palio, IIRC, has 98 PCD and I do not think that it has changed for the MJD.
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Anyone know which cars available in the market today share the same PCD as the Ikon 1.6 (108 PCD)?

I just wanna know that I have the option of being able to take my 108 PCD Lenso's from my ikon and put them on another car if that day ever comes.
@ghostrider, the alloys on your ikon are multi PCD which is 100 and 108PCD.

Most of the cars have 100PCD, I don't think you should have any problem with fitting these wheels on other 100 PCD cars.

By the way indica, indigo share the same 108PCD.
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Thanks audiophile.

I actually figured out he SHUs were multi-PCD after I'd bought them, and it was an unexpected bonus.


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@ghostrider, the alloys on your ikon are multi PCD which is 100 and 108PCD.

Most of the cars have 100PCD, I don't think you should have any problem with fitting these wheels on other 100 PCD cars.

By the way indica, indigo share the same 108PCD.
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