Select your vehicle make from the list below, then select your model, then select the size of alloy wheels and tyres you require. This process will guide you to finding fully suitable alloy wheels for your vehicle.
Rim width is the measurement between the outside lip and inside lip of an alloy wheel. Rim width is measured in inches.
Rim width is usually displayed as 8J for example. This means that the rim width is 8 inches wide.
Every vehicle has a compatible rim width range (not a fixed width). For example: Audi A3 2002 has an offset range between 6J to 8.5J, as long as the rim width is within that range, the alloy wheels will be fully compatible.
When purchasing through wheelbasealloys.com, we ensure that the correct rim width alloy wheels are fitment checked for your vehicle. All you need to do is use our easy wheel and tyre finder.
PCD (Pitch Circle Diameter) is the notional circle determined by the position of the holes in an alloy wheel. The center of every bolt lies on the circumference of the bolt circle.
PCD is measured in millimeters. Example: 4x100 mm (4 holes, 100 mm apart)
When purchasing from wheelbase we will ensure that you receive the correct PCD alloy wheels for your vehicle. If you have any further questions about PCD (Pitch Circle Diameter), please do not hesitate to contact us.
The wheel offset (measured in millimeters), can be negative or positive, and is the distance from the hub-mounting surface to the rim's true centerline.
The lower the offset is, the further out the alloy wheel will sit on the vehicle. The higher the offset is, then the further in the alloy wheel will sit on the vehicle.
Every vehicle has a compatible offset range (not a fixed offset). For example: Audi A3 2002 has an offset range between 30mm to 43mm, as long as the offset value is within that range, the alloy wheels will be fully compatible.
When purchasing through wheelbasealloys.com, we ensure that the correct offset alloy wheels are fitment checked for your vehicle. All you need to do is use our easy wheel and tyre finder.
The centerbore of a wheel is the size of the hole in the back of the wheel that centers it over the mounting hub of the car. The wheel centerbore is measured in millimeters.
Many OEM factory fitted wheels are cast as hubcentric alloy wheels, which means that the centerbore is the exact same size as the wheel hub.
Many aftermarket alloy wheels have a larger centerbore which require spigot rings to be fitted. These spigot rings slot inside the wheel to make the correct centerbore for the vehicle they are being fitted on. Once fitted, the spigot rings provide a tight fit to the hub and are just as safe and secure as hubcentric alloy wheels. The advantage of the spigot ring system is that the wheels fit a wider range of vehicles, keeping the costs down, and also making them much more easily transferable.
All alloy wheels sold on wheelbasealloys.com are either hubcentric or supplied with the correct sized spigot rings.