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Clean New Wheels

Rinse and then pre-wash the wheel using an all-purpose-cleaner or contactless wheel cleaner. Use a soft microfiber mitt instead of brushes, and a...

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Tyre to Rim Compatibility
Tyre to Rim Compatibility

A handy guide to the legal minimum & maximum tyre to rim widths.

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What is Guard Rolling?

Guard or fender rolling consists of folding the inner lip of the wheel arch into a tighter ‘V’ shape or a ‘U’ shape to...

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What is the benefit of larger wheels on a car?

1. Improved Grip and Traction Usually, the large and wide tyres have more rubber on their track. This simply indicates that the car’s tyres can...

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WHAT IS WHEEL OFFSET?
WHAT IS WHEEL OFFSET?

What is alloy wheel backspacing? What is the ET number on alloy wheels? What is negative offset? How do you measure wheel offset?” Alloy...

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HUB BORE/CENTRE BORE
HUB BORE/CENTRE BORE

Centre bore is the hole at the middle of the wheel on the hub of the car. Aftermarket wheels are manufactured in huge numbers, they are not made...

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PCD = Pitch Circle Diameter
PCD = Pitch Circle Diameter

What Does PCD Mean? PCD stands for Pitch Circle Diameter and essentially is the measurement of how many wheel nuts or wheel bolts your...

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How Much Rubber Do You Need?
How Much Rubber Do You Need?

On street cars, we customarily go wider with wheels and tyres to increase the size of the contact with the road. While you still need to ensure...

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How do I know if rims will fit my tyres?
How do I know if rims will fit my tyres?

You will see a series of letters and numbers that will look like this  for example: 205/55R16. This will confirm the size of the tyres on your...

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