you could get the alloys pro refurbed about £30 a wheel, what town you in?Spike87 said:I've still got the alloy wheels on mine and bloody hate them. I don't know what the woman who owned it before me did to them. They're scratched to bits and she's tried to paint them but she's just made them look worse. I've been looking to change them to normal wheels and then attaching some wheel trims but haven't got a clue where to get some wheels from - non of my local scrapyards have any to fit a Punto.
alloyguide.co.uk said:Pitch Circle Diameter (PCD)
The P.C.D. can be defined as the diameter (in millimetres) of an imaginary circle drawn through the centre of the stud holes on the wheel and/or the vehicle wheel hub.
When new wheels are required, it is essential that they have the correct P.C.D. for the vehicle concerned.Just because a wheel from one vehicle has the same PCD and offset as the wheel from another does not mean they are interchangeable - the centre bore of the wheel and hub must also be the same to ensure centralisation of the wheel, and the shape of the spokes must ensure clearance of the brake calipers. Many manufacturers use the same wheel fitments as others, but some are unique.