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Whenever you are going to buy wheels for your vehicle you need to know your car's wheel dimensions as well as various factors and characteristics for a perfect fitment. Here's a brief explanation to help you break down the wheel's dimensions and to help you ascertain whether they are the right values for your car.
The wheel's diameter can be calculated by measuring across an alloy wheels' face (omitting the lip flange) ensuring to pass straight through the wheel's centre. Mounting flange needs to be compensated as they aren't included in the measurement.
The wheel's width can be calculated by measuring across the wheel from front to back (aka "Depth"). The measurement of the inner barrel only is to be taken omitting the mounting flange to obtain the exact width of the alloy wheel.
Look at the back of the alloy wheels and you'll see the stamped offset on the back of the wheel. The term "offset" is used for an alloy wheels' measurement and how far in, or out, it sits in relation to the hub's mounting face.
Every vehicle has its unique offset range. If you use a very low offset then the wheels and tyres may rub on the car's arches. On the other hand if you use a very high offset, chances are the wheel might sit too far in the arches and could end up scrubbing on the suspension components. It is always better to consult expert wheel and tyre dealers in case you are confused about your wheel's ET.
Inspect the back of the alloy wheels - the diameter, width & offset would be stamped on the back of the spokes upon production, by most of the manufacturers.
Pitch Circle Diameter (aka PCD) is a circle's diameter drawn through the centre of the wheel bolt holes. PCD is evaluated in millimetres and also shows the number of bolts or studs the wheel possesses.
The most commonly used fitment has 4 studs and a pitch circle diameter (PCD) of 100mm providing the fitment "4x100". The perfect way to measure PCD is with the help of a PCD guide; however, if you don't have one, you can measure approximately with a ruler. With a 4 stud wheel, just calculate the distance between the centres of 2 opposite wheel bolt holes across the centre of the alloy wheel. Calculating a 5 stud wheel is trickier as you just can't measure between 2 opposite wheel bolt holes centres. At certain occasions, the wheel's PCDs, widths and offsets are stamped onto the inside of the alloy wheel on the back of the spokes. That's why it's simpler to look at the wheel first before trying to calculate by yourself as some of the fitments are very near to one other i.e. 4x98 & 4x100.
Centerbore is the size of the hole (center hole diameter) on the back of the alloy wheel. The alloy wheels' - offset, pitch circle diameter (PCD), centre bore and the vehicle hub bore - all must match so that the wheel sits flawlessly, centred on the hub, to negate any vibrations at speed.
Stamford Sport Wheels (SSW) specialises in manufacturing premium aluminium alloy wheels. With sizes ranging between 13 inches and 24 inches and ingenious designs for passenger cars, SUVs, MPVs and light trucks, you’ll be captivated with SSW’s generous wheel choice.
Avant Garde Wheels manufactures high-quality wheels giving equal consideration to quality, performance and style. AG has raised the limits of what was considered as the wheel industry’s norm. AG realises the fact that even the finest looking wheel can get busted with inappropriate sizing, so AG engineers their wheels with the correct fitments right from the start.