Alloy Wheels Fitment Guide
Select your car make from the list below, then enter your model, then select the size of alloy wheels you require. Our comprehensive progressive fitment guide will show which of our alloy wheels will fit your vehicle.
is used for measuring
the overall diameter, checking that the rolling radius remains within +-2.5%.
Rim Width Calculator
is used for checking
that a tyre size will fit a rim width.
What does PCD mean?
PCD stands for (pitch circle diameter), this is the diameter of a circle drawn through
the center of your wheel's bolt holes. PCD is measured in millimetres and also indicates
the number of studs or bolts the wheel will have. The most common fitment has 4
studs with a PCD of 100mm, hence the fitment 4x100. Check the fitment guide above
to check the fitment of your car, if you are unsure consult a technician.
What does OFFSET (et) mean?
Your car requires a unique offset. This is where the wheel will sit in
relation to the bodyline of the vehicle, realistically you can go 5-7mm outside
these recommendations, but always consult a technician if you are unsure, as there
are often other factors that need to be considered. Offset is usually stamped on
the wheel and is measured in millimetres of et (et is the short form of the German
word 'Einpresstiefe' which literally translates as insertion depth).
For further reference check out Chris Longhurst's
The Wheel &
Tyre Bible, an excellent reference for alloy wheels & tyres.
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