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#129717 - 8th Oct 2005 11:58am can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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Before anyone tells me to look at the alloys fitment page, i know what size i need.

Im looking at a set of wheels that are the Correct offset, size and width. The only problem is the PCD is 4-100 instead of 4-108.

Is it possible to change this?
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#129718 - 8th Oct 2005 12:05pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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No Matey, you would have to re-drill the holes in the wheels or use an adaptor plate but both are very expensive smack

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#129719 - 8th Oct 2005 1:05pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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I thought they could be machined to a different size, or is that something else im thinking of?
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#129720 - 8th Oct 2005 2:58pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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Senars on Cleveland Street used to do them but i'm not sure how much it'll cost but it won't be cheap!
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#129721 - 8th Oct 2005 3:39pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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It would be cheaper just to by the wheels again in the correct fitment
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#129722 - 8th Oct 2005 4:47pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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You could use these but costs are approx 200 for the set smack



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#129723 - 8th Oct 2005 5:08pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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Also check the thickness of them *******s. Youd have to get a higher offset wheel to correct that difference in width,epsecially on a KA. Speaking of converters,hows the tranny goin?
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#129724 - 8th Oct 2005 5:19pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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Mind reqader, i have just e-mailed the bloke and enquired about them to get 18"'s on it maybe ??

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#129725 - 8th Oct 2005 5:47pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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I've never heard of it being done before Ben, you got your eyes on some wheels have you? smile

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#129726 - 8th Oct 2005 5:59pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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Originally posted by scoop2004:
It would be cheaper just to by the wheels again in the correct fitment
Well done brain surgeon! doh

They don't make them in ford fitment anymore, thats why i asked.
Theyre mainly used on german cars such as VW's. Due to lack of demand, they ceased production of the ford fitment alloys and theyre as rare as rocking horse poo now.

Nice one Jay, will have a gander at those hub converters.
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#129727 - 8th Oct 2005 11:25pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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Here's a site that can do this for you for a lot less (I think) www.trackstore.co.uk

Here's the direct page for the conversion spacers
http://www.trackstore.co.uk/shop%20frame.html
If you can't find anything there then let me know.
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#129728 - 8th Oct 2005 11:37pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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What car are they off?
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#129729 - 9th Oct 2005 12:07pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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Originally posted by StationMiek:
What car are they off?
Theyre VW fitment. Theyre the right offset, width, size and they come with the right tyres, but its the PCD thats wrong.

I'll steer clear of those hub converters. They'll space the wheels out way too far. Cheers anyway Dave. happy
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#129730 - 17th Oct 2005 9:06pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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I think I saw them on here, I'm not sure, but you can buy nuts that are 'wobbly' - meaning, you have the thread, a flexible part, and then the head, the thread 'bends' and goes into the hole and you can tighten them up safely. Works for large or smaller PCD's.
I'm pretty sure I didn't dream it...
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#129731 - 17th Oct 2005 9:08pm Re: can PCD's be chaged to a different size?
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You didnt dream it they do exist, try Motorworld for them.

I wouldnt touch them with a bargepole, I know what they are and I am not convinced they are 100% safe
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