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112 pcd

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hi everyone i am in the process of buying a few bits for my van that i havent bought yet anyway i know someone who has wheels forsale and he said they are 112 pcd and they are off an audi but he dosent know which model.how do i check the gap between holes on the wheels,thanks dave
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Re: 112 pcd

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its normally stamped but if the wheels are audi they will normally need the center bore enlarging to fit the front wheels.......
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Re: 112 pcd

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112 mm pcd will fit the van, but the center bore and ET will have to checked to see if they will fit.

Use the search facility on the site as there has been plenty of information threads about what fits and doesn`t.

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they are off an audi tt 10 plate if thats any use,will these have to be modded to fit,cheers dave
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audi tt wheels

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hi put this up yesterday to see if these would fit a t25,the pcd is 112 and here is abit more infomation about the wheels that i have found out.offset is 42 to 50 and the bore is 57.1 will these fit or will i need spacers or anything else.please bear with me as i am new to all this and i want to get bits in for my van while i can,thanks dave
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Re: 112 pcd

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Came across this yesterday, it might help a bit.
http://www.alloyguide.com/Audi.php
they say TT's are 100pcd not 112pcd
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Re: audi tt wheels

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Pretty much all you need to know is here in the wiki http://wiki.club8090.co.uk/index.php/Wh ... ive_wheels or have a look at the wheels thread on Brickyard.

These would need the centres boring out & spacers to bring down the offset. Don't forget longer studs and properly rated tyres.
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Re: audi tt wheels

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thanks for that,cheers dave
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