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98 PCD Alloys

Discussion in 'Tyres & Alloys' started by Grandeur, Jun 3, 2010.

  1. Dilip_dmk

    Dilip_dmk Superiore

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    Ok.... I will do that as I myself is in search for some smashing alloys for my car .
    I would inform u shortly !!!
  2. shashanknathani

    shashanknathani Superiore

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    Please check this out, These are the details about the alloys in Sandeep's car........
    viewtopic.php?f=39&t=159&start=40#p1597

    Also as far as i know if the alloys are 98 PCD they will have only 4 holes... and the one that has 8 holes are actually 98-100 PCD alloys and can be used for 98 as well as 100 PCD vehicles... At the Sai Mag Wheels website the picture displays the alloys with 5 holes... where as the actual 98 or 98-100 PCD alloys comes with 4 and 8 holes respectively.
  3. kedarbendre

    kedarbendre Esperto

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    Shashank thank you so much.
  4. deepsp

    deepsp

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    Hey All,

    Just went through all 32 pages at one go... :geek: phew! Lots of opinions n things to learn. Well I can proudly say we've booked a new GP MJD emotion (Medium Grey) from Galaxy Motors, Mulund, Mumbai. The keys should be with us by this weekend. :dance Really happy to meet like minded people here in the forum. Go Fiat! ::T

    I'm still stuck with the big dilemma - 98 vs 100 pcd... Plati having some really neat designs and well lenso being known for their reputation + fellow punters successfully getting 100pcd to work for them have kind of convinced me to go 100pcd... I dont wanna be drastic, but am I putting my family's lives at risk or will I be fine?

    I must admit I havent really liked the hyper silver finished HRS wheels on the sai mag website. I'm more inclined towards grey or machine black wheels for my med grey Punto and am not finding many options in 98pcd.

    Any suggestions would be much appreciated.

    Love and Regards to TeamFiat :car
    Deep
  5. Ravi

    Ravi Staff Member Janitor

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  6. deepsp

    deepsp

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    Thanks so much Ravi for your response. :) I've already PMed Raj. Also any suggetions on the 98 vs 100 issue? Considering this thread started back in jun 2010, is it still a taboo going the 100 pcd way or have the wheel guys figured a safe way around it? ::pP
  7. I have OZ racing 16 inch wheels on my drive with 100PCD. I have run 3500kms on these wheels, I have not seen any problems driving with these wheels.
  8. deepsp

    deepsp

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    @maverick: thanks a million for that confirmation... I think i know what I'm gona do :)
  9. Aniket

    Aniket Superiore

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    :dancing my another set of alloys :car[attachment=1:6c6q0o53]2011-01-22 17.37.18.jpg[/attachment:6c6q0o53][attachment=0:6c6q0o53]2011-01-22 17.37.18.jpg[/attachment:6c6q0o53]

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  10. kedarbendre

    kedarbendre Esperto

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    Bhandari Auto dont have 98 PCD alloys. He has 100 PCD alloys with good designs. He suggested me put 100 PCD alloys however I need 98 PCD only.
    BTW he has Punto's stock alloys for Rs. 16000 set of four. If anyone interested then visit that shop @ JM Road, Pune.

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