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    Hi Everyone

    I am looking to get new rims for my DS3, as well as new coilovers. But thats for another day. Basically i dont know what to go for yet. I love the look of Zack’s and i have found some nice ones but i wanted to know when i am looking for new rims what is the Width, offset and pcd?

    Im clueless

    Thanks

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    Btw Jamie if your reading this my Stage 1 is going like a dream. Already saving for the next step.

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    • #3
      Standard DS3 17 inch alloys are:

      PCD = 4x108
      Dimensions = 7x17 inch
      Offset = ET25
      Centre bore = 65.1 I think

      You can go up to about 19 inch and still fit (tyres will need to be lower profile obvs), and can fit 7.5 width, maybe even 8 with a smaller offset. Any difference in bolt pattern will require stud converters. If you end up needing spacers at all, absolutely go for hub-centric ones not the cheapo ones.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by BZYS View Post
        Btw Jamie if your reading this my Stage 1 is going like a dream. Already saving for the next step.
        Woohoo!
        My DS3R3... nearly....
        New? Click HERE for some useful threads.

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        • #5
          Thanks ben, i do need to come to a meet sometime this year.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by BenS
            Standard DS3 17 inch alloys are:

            PCD = 4x108
            Dimensions = 7x17 inch
            Offset = ET25
            Centre bore = 65.1 I think

            You can go up to about 19 inch and still fit (tyres will need to be lower profile obvs), and can fit 7.5 width, maybe even 8 with a smaller offset. Any difference in bolt pattern will require stud converters. If you end up needing spacers at all, absolutely go for hub-centric ones not the cheapo ones.
            Ben anyone gone as wide as 9k 9j?



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            • #7
              Not a clue unfortunately
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              • #8
                Ben would these rims fit?

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                • #9
                  That ET45 offset means they'll be 20mm further in to the car than stock. To get it to normal you'd need 20mm spacers and spigot rings and longer bolts. Then if you wanted a wider stance you're looking at even bigger spacers at which point it becomes unsafe. If you want wider, look for ET10 to ET15.
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                  • #10
                    Ben, i just want black rims that fit straight on haha. Never thought it would be so difficult haha. Do you know of any?

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                    • #11
                      Or if i order those rims and get them delivered would a shop be able to put them on with all the spacers and that?

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                      • #12
                        Probably, you might need to supply the spacers, rings, and bolts though.
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                        • #13
                          Yeah of course, ok cool thanks mate

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                          • #14
                            Alutec Monstr Black 7.5x18 4/108 ET18 B65.1 fit straight on Ds3
                            http://kouvolanrengasteam.fi/tuote/a...-racing-black/

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                            • #15
                              Hey dennis,

                              Those are great, thanks

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