Discussion in 'Tyres & Alloys' started by royj, Apr 12, 2011.
Do you mean 12-18 working days?
Do you have contact number of these shops Pitstop and Torq ?
Sreedhara has given you the right answers.. Any way, my advice would be:
Always stick to 98PCD.
Always use hub-centric rings or spigot rings if you are not using FIAT OEM wheels.
I got mine in about 4 weeks.
Here's an update guys- after 32 days of painful wait, my spigot rings are finally here. I had purchased the alloys and tyres long back and all that I can say now is that the coming weekend is gonna be great :dance
i finally found the exact hub centric rings needed...
67.1mm - 58.1mm
but they seems to be in plastic.. is it ok or better in Aluminum
also can anyone please give me the specs needed for wobbly bolts?
I"m planning on buying that as well and chuck the search for 98PCD alloys altogether..
Just too frustrated
Finally a good decision from you ... Get it sooon
I think the day i find the right set of things to confidently buy 100PCD alloys would be the day I'm reborn.
Oh man.. Finally search is coming to an end and I'm glad..
I still need confirmation on the spigot ring specs..
67.1-58.1 --> is that the right spec ?
What about wobbly bolts?
what dimensions i should be looking at, if i simply say 98PCD - 100PCD conversion i dont think that info would be sufficient?
Gurus any ideas?
It is always better to stick to 98 pcd. I am surprised that none of the designs from sai mag wheels in 98 pcd appealed to you. If you are looking at beyond 15 inches then it could be an issue finding 98 pcd ones.
Rituraj, there are only 4 designs listed for fiat punto exclusively.
The one i want is this
But that's available only in 16" and its for linea.
Point 2 : all these are multi PCD alloys.. I"m really looking for only 98PCD alloys, reason is that I'm a bit skeptical about the extra unused holes reducing the structural integrity of the alloys
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