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100MM .. .often rather refered to as the offset ? yea?

If you drew a perfect circle that went through the centre of each of your wheel nuts on the front of your wheel, that's the PCD or pitch circle diameter. A lot of older front wheel drives from the 80's had a 114.3 mm PCD, so that simply means that if you tried to put a old set on the Rolla, the holes would

The offset is more difficult to explain, but basically its a relationship between the face of your wheel and the centre of the rim ... for example, the deep dish rims you see on street machines have a negative offset, because the face of the rim is actually behind the center of the rim.

If anyone can explain it better, please feel free! :D

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If you take the rim off and look on the inside you will see a small plate with all the information on it (conversely you could also look at the spare which doesn't require you taking the wheel off :P)

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buddha buddha buddha have u not learnt anything from spending time on the net...... Google it ;) ;) ;)

http://www.topbuzz.co.uk/info/offset/offset.htm

offset explained :P :P :P

Where's the fun in Googling, when you can just try and stretch your brain long after you really should have been in the land of nod? :P

Besides, I was on the right track, kinda sorta, and I did say that if anyone knew better, they were welcome to demonstrate, which you kindly did! :)

And Azza, don't look upon Xoom slashing your tyres as vandalism, look upon it as an opportunity to put together a consumer article comparing repairing your current tyre versus your options in buying a new one. See, everybody happy! B)

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buddha buddha buddha have u not learnt anything from spending time on the net...... Google it ;) ;) ;)

http://www.topbuzz.co.uk/info/offset/offset.htm

offset explained :P :P :P

Where's the fun in Googling, when you can just try and stretch your brain long after you really should have been in the land of nod? :P

Besides, I was on the right track, kinda sorta, and I did say that if anyone knew better, they were welcome to demonstrate, which you kindly did! :)

And Azza, don't look upon Xoom slashing your tyres as vandalism, look upon it as an opportunity to put together a consumer article comparing repairing your current tyre versus your options in buying a new one. See, everybody happy! B)

I'd a thought it a better opportunity to get bigger tyres on the Sportivo.... :ph34r::ph34r::ph34r:

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I'd a thought it a better opportunity to get bigger tyres on the Sportivo....  :ph34r:  :ph34r:  :ph34r:

So when can i book u in for this ? :lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol::lol:

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