Pcd size

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Paul whit
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Pcd size

Postby Paul whit » Wed Jun 12, 2019 10:36 pm

Hi I have a 1955 split screen what is exact pcd please

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Re: Pcd size

Postby oliver90owner » Wed Jun 12, 2019 11:16 pm

Presuming you mean that of the wheels? Not the crank or other parts?

I expect it will be 3 3/4” or 4”. Doubtless it is imperial, not metric. Not too difficult to drop a tape measure across the wheel studs, or spare wheel?

Even from measuring the distance between two adjacent studs, the PCD can easily be calculated. There are easy conversions/calculators on the net for any number of studs if your trigonometry is not up to scratch.

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Re: Pcd size

Postby StillGotMy1stCar » Thu Jun 13, 2019 12:19 am

1955 should be 4" PCD, see link below.
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