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Date Registered: 02-2004
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Tony,

The information as follows:

Car, Stud Pattern, Offsets, Centre Bore (which is not available for all of them)

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Perhaps a small word of caution - SUV alloys have a different load rating to normal paasenger vehicles. Could have insurance implications?

John

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That is correct John, but it is more applicable to the aftermarket alloys. The factory alloys made by Nissan and others are pretty tough construction, but like you said, I would still play it safe and only get SUV and/or 4WD rated wheels for the xtrail to ensure correct load rating.

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Jalal,
Once again you have outdone yourself thats a detailed list very impressive. I have used the list for work related purposes already.

Thanks

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Hi Guys,

I can't take all of the credit for this list as I have found it on the net when looking for alloys for my wife's Tiida. Just thought I'd share it with you cause it is very useful indeed.

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It's probably worth mentioning too that you may not necessarily be able to take a wheel and tyre combo from one of the mentioned vehicles in the list and bolt it straight onto your X-Trail as the rolling diameter may in fact be different. I had read somewhere in the past that the AU Falcon wheels were compatible, and I checked and my work Falcon has 215/60R16. Other vehicles standard tyres may be different and therefore may affect the speedo accuracy.


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Rich,

The list only applies to the alloy wheels (as per the subject of this topic) and not tyres.

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Jalal
How is the offset measured?
Is it the distance between the back of the rim (where it is bolted to the disc) to the face side of the rim (outside).
Tony

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Hi Tony

Offset is the distance measured from the mounting face of the rim to the centre line ie a rim with zero off set would have the mounting face exactly in the centre.

It is literally the amount the mounting face is offset from the center of the rim.

Offset can also be positive or negative - positive when the mounting face is closer to the outside of the wheel ( like the X Trail and the vast majority of modern cars) and negative when the mounting face is towards the back / inside of the wheel.



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Jalal
How is the offset measured?
Is it the distance between the back of the rim (where it is bolted to the disc) to the face side of the rim (outside).
Tony



Tony, the offset is explained in detail HERE



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