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    Hi
    I have a 2006 echo chobe.
    I would like to replace the rims but cannot seem to see what pcd and offset the wheel is.
    All I know is it is 15" and 6 hole.
    Please help

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    Bought my echo rims from helderberg trailer hire in Somerset West.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vnielsen View Post
    Bought my echo rims from helderberg trailer hire in Somerset West.
    Do you know the pcd and offset

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbike View Post
    Do you know the pcd and offset
    No idea, just took the old rim in and asked for replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vnielsen View Post
    No idea, just took the old rim in and asked for replacement.
    Cool please post a pic.

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    The Pitch Circle Diameter (PCD) is the diameter of the circle which passes through the centre of all the studs, wheel bolts or wheel rim holes.

    The easiest way calculate the PCD is as follows:

    1) Measure the distance ‘S’ between two adjacent studs from the centre of each hole.
    2) Calculate from the formula below

    **Note: on 4 lug fitments you can measure from the center of one stud to the center of the stud directly opposite.

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    PCD Calculation Formula

    4 Stud PCD = S / 0.7071

    5 Stud PCD = S / 0.5278

    6 Stud PCD = S / 0.5

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    Default Re: Rims for a trailer

    @fatbike did you find an answer to this? I would also like to buy a second set of small Ra and tyres for a chobe so it can fit into a garage.

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    Duplicated...
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    With six studs it is most likely to be a pcd of 139.6mm, commonly known as a 6 x 140 PCD.That is the standard rim used by Echo.

    That is the rim used on most Japanese bakkies with 6 stud rims, except the Navara.

    Try a rim off any one of the following:
    NISSAN
    TOYOTA
    MAZDA
    MITSUBISHI
    ISUZU

    They should all fit. Choose the set with the most suitable offset for your application.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bosjans View Post
    @fatbike did you find an answer to this? I would also like to buy a second set of small Ra and tyres for a chobe so it can fit into a garage.
    I got 2 Isuzu 15 inch rims and managed to get two worn 205/50 x 15 tyres from a local tyre shop to fit my Bushwakka Shorti RTT on top of it, into the garage...
    Last edited by mvcoller; 2020/08/11 at 08:01 AM.
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    Default Re: Rims for a trailer

    Quote Originally Posted by Bosjans View Post
    @fatbike did you find an answer to this? I would also like to buy a second set of small Ra and tyres for a chobe so it can fit into a garage.
    Not yet

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