There are 6 generations of BMW 3-Series, however the most common are the E30, E36 and E46. There are 2 different PCD sizes between these models. The E30 (1984-1992) uses a 4x100 PCD whilst the E36 (1990-2000) and E46 (1998-2006) use a 5x120 PCD. The older E30 PCD is commonly used in older model VW and Honda whilst the newer E36 and E46 PCD is also shared by Land Rover. Below is a guide to show you what wheel spacer you will need for each BMW 3-Series. Please note the E30 M3 uses the later 5x120 PCD.
The Ford Fiesta first appeared in 2005 and proved to be very popular successor to the fast Fiestas that went before it. The Fiesta ST then disappeared after 2008 before coming back in the Mk7 facelift. The Mk7 Fiesta ST has been winning quite a few group tests and proving far more popular than the older model ST with the motoring journalists. Even though the models are separated by 4 years, they both share the same PCD and Centrebore, 4x108 PCD and 63.4.
There are 3 generations of Seat Leon, however there are 2 different PCD sizes between them. The Mk1 Leon (2000 to 2005) use a 5x100 PCD whilst the two later models (2005 to 2012 and 2013 onwards) use a 5x112 PCD. This is common with other VAG cars of the same ages. Below is a guide to show you what wheel spacer you will need for each Seat Leon.
According to the Urban Dictionary, Stance is "to adjust a car's camber, ride height, and spacing, so that the sidewall of the tyre sits as flush as possible with the fender/quarter panel."
Wheel spacers are commonly used in the modified car world for improving the cars track, fitting wheels with a different stud pattern and for aesthetics. Choosing the correct wheel spacers and transform your cars handling, stance and appearance. Superforma can provide a wide range of wheel spacers to meet pretty much any need or requirement you have, so take a look through our shop or have a look at getting some custom wheel spacers created to your exact specification.