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Old 30th September 2008, 08:36   #106
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Palio, IIRC, has 98 PCD and I do not think that it has changed for the MJD.
The PCD is 98 but I wanted to know the offset. Does 5.0B mean anything? Or should I measure the spare wheel to get the offset?
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Old 30th September 2008, 08:51   #107
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The PCD is 98 but I wanted to know the offset. Does 5.0B mean anything? Or should I measure the spare wheel to get the offset?
Ok, got the info from this site -
Chevrolet Alloy Wheels,Hyundai Alloy Wheels,Select Alloy Car Wheels by Specification
The Offset is mentioned as 38 for FIAT Palio, is this correct?
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Old 30th September 2008, 17:47   #108
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The PCD is 98 but I wanted to know the offset. Does 5.0B mean anything? Or should I measure the spare wheel to get the offset?
5.0 is the width of the wheel while B is type of rim bead design.
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Old 28th October 2008, 22:16   #109
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PCD - Pitch circle diameter

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Even its new terminology to me . I am adding it to my Team –BHP abbreviations list . Thanks
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Old 30th November 2008, 22:21   #110
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hi guys need pcd info for tata vista quadrajet aura..thanks
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I second that. I need to know what the rim width and the PCDs are for the vista diesels (TDi and Quadrajet both come with 175/65 R14 tires). I wish to put 185/65s or even 195/60s on the stock rims first. I'll upsize the rims when I have the cash to do so. But for all this, I'll need to know the rim width and the PCD. I haven't been able to find this information anywhere else. Can someone who already has the car help me please???
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Old 26th January 2009, 15:46   #112
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Look in the car's user manual, the rim width should be mentioned there under 'Technical Specifications'. As for the PCD, I would guess it as 108 which is what it was for the Indica/Indigo family.
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Great thread! Rated 5 star.
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Old 15th February 2009, 00:47   #114
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Could someone please help me out here:
Do the OEM Hyundai Verna Petrol (Not the brand new one) STEEL Rims fit the Hyundai Getz Prime 1.1???

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The PCD is same so theoretically it should FIT.
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Corolla Altis - 5 x 100.
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Thanks for the info kpzen
[Regarding: Hyundai Verna rims should fit Hyundai Getz - YES]
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i saw a 17 and 19inch alloy at a second hand dealer. it had more than 5(i think 10 holes) holes on it.i plan to fit it on my lancer. those rims were shod with 245/35 r17 and 255/15r19 tyres.. will it fit my lancer??
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i saw a 17 and 19inch alloy at a second hand dealer. it had more than 5(i think 10 holes) holes on it.i plan to fit it on my lancer. those rims were shod with 245/35 r17 and 255/15r19 tyres.. will it fit my lancer??
No it won't fit in Lancer. Lancer wheels has only 4holes.
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The accessory shop I go to recommended that I upsize the Civic wheels with 225/45 R 17 (7JJ) Alloys with Yokohama Decibel DB 500 Tyres. The diameter of both original Civic Wheels and these are identical and hence there would be no speedo error.

However, I wanted to check from others if anyone has used this size and if there are any issues with using this with Civic? Would there be any impact on the suspension?

Appreciate your advise. Thanks in advance
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