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Hi there,

I have an AE112R Ascent with stocky 5.5Jx14 rims.

Looking at some later model factory 16" alloys to replace them.

is PCD and offset generally consistent on factory wheels in the newer models?

I know the latest ones are 5 stud, these are definitely 4stud and look like 100 PCD.

Appreciate any comments

GM

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Hi there,

I have an AE112R Ascent with stocky 5.5Jx14 rims.

Looking at some later model factory 16" alloys to replace them.

is PCD and offset generally consistent on factory wheels in the newer models?

I know the latest ones are 5 stud, these are definitely 4stud and look like 100 PCD.

Appreciate any comments

GM

The wheels from a ZZE122/123 (since you said 16", I'm guessing you're referring to the Sportivo mags) will fit on a 112, no problems. Offset and PCD are basically the same all the way from AE82 to ZZE122. Anything under 7" and you shouldn't have to worry about scrubbing either.

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Hi there,

I have an AE112R Ascent with stocky 5.5Jx14 rims.

Looking at some later model factory 16" alloys to replace them.

is PCD and offset generally consistent on factory wheels in the newer models?

I know the latest ones are 5 stud, these are definitely 4stud and look like 100 PCD.

Appreciate any comments

GM

The wheels from a ZZE122/123 (since you said 16", I'm guessing you're referring to the Sportivo mags) will fit on a 112, no problems. Offset and PCD are basically the same all the way from AE82 to ZZE122. Anything under 7" and you shouldn't have to worry about scrubbing either.

thanks for the speedy reply.

the wheels look like this:

are they the sportivo ones?

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what about sportivo rims on AE82.....stock AE82 offset is +38 yeah and stivo rims +45...spacers needed....any experience here

found this pic

sportivo rims on AE82

have messaged guy to ask if spacers were needed

cheers guys

+38 and +45 is not big difference, i dont think it would need a spacer unless the break calipers are BIG !!

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+38 and +45 is not big difference, i dont think it would need a spacer unless the break calipers are BIG !!

The problem wouldn't be the calipers, rather the struts themselves. Later model Corollas have got a bit more room but AE82s do tend to have strut-rubbing issues if you don't get the offset spot-on.

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yeah i emailed a guy who is selling a AE82 with sportivo rims to see if he needed spacers....and he did so i have added the stivo rims as an extra bonus to my sale of sportivo....so every single stock part comes with car now when bought...

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