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Avensis Alloys? What Is The Pcd?


Declanr580
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Hi all, im thinking about upgrading my alloys to a nice set of 18" alloys. The alloys im looking at are 5x100 pcd, will they go straight on or will i need spigot rings? ive also heard that avensis's have staggered alloys so will the rear alloys needs spacers or will they be fine put straight on? thanks for any help and advice. + here's a new pic of the motor on its first long trip out, family holiday to the lakes district and back and it never missed a beat! what you guys think?

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Unless it's a 2.2 D4D then the PCD is 5x100. if it's a 2.2 it's 5x114.3.

Whether you need spigot rings depends on the bore of the alloys that you are looking at - wheel fitment.eu says that for the 5x100 Avensis T25 bore is 54.1.

Afaik standard Avensis don't have staggered wheels.

You'll also need to check that they are OK for offset (ET).

How wide are the alloys?

Btw fitting non-standard alloys is probably a notifiable modification for your insurance & may affect your premium.

Also, if you run 18" alloys you'll need to run a lower profile tyre to keep the gearing//speedo etc. the same & I can tell you from personal experience that comfort will suffer.

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Unless it's a 2.2 D4D then the PCD is 5x100. if it's a 2.2 it's 5x114.3.

Whether you need spigot rings depends on the bore of the alloys that you are looking at - wheel fitment.eu says that for the 5x100 Avensis T25 bore is 54.1.

Afaik standard Avensis don't have staggered wheels.

You'll also need to check that they are OK for offset (ET).

How wide are the alloys?

Btw fitting non-standard alloys is probably a notifiable modification for your insurance & may affect your premium.

Also, if you run 18" alloys you'll need to run a lower profile tyre to keep the gearing//speedo etc. the same & I can tell you from personal experience that comfort will suffer.

Thanks for your reply. Not sure what profile the tyres are on the new wheels will need to check that, and i kinda guessed the riding comfort will suffer however it isnt the best at the moment with the 17s that are already on lol I think im going to leave it as when i bought it i said i wasnt going to mess around with it.

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It'll feel VERY crashy on 18".

Each to their own, mind.

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