There’s nothing more eye-catching than a set of sweet-looking alloys. Alloy wheels can transform the look of your car, but are also great for improving its performance. We stock car alloy wheels ranging in diameters of 15” up to 20”, with widths from 6.5” up to 12”. We also stock a wide range of different alloy wheel styles and colours, ranging from the ordinary black, chrome, white, traditional silver wheels, all the way to more eye-catching colours like red and even pink! We love to give you guys a huge choice of wheels because everyone wants to achieve a different look.
Since our range is so comprehensive, we are very confident that we are able to supply the size, style and colour to suit your own taste and help you achieve the look you have in mind. Here at Tarmac Sportz we stock a huge range of car alloys from different brands and manufacturers including:
- Rota Wheels
- 7 Twenty
- Japan Racing
- Bola Wheels
- XXR Wheels
Why get alloy wheels?
An alloy is a mix of different metals, designed to combine the best features of each element. Alloy wheels are designed to be lighter and stronger than ordinary wheels. This means that your car will both accelerate more quickly and slow down much faster. You’ll have a more responsive vehicle that’ll be even more of a joy to drive.
Alloy wheel measurements
The pitch circle diameter or PCD is an important measurement when you’re looking for a new set of car alloy wheels. The PCD is usually expressed in millimetres, although sometimes inches are used. The number is simply the distance between the centre of two opposite bolts. Here at Tarmac Sportz we stock wheels ranging from a PCD of 98 through to 139, we are happy to advise you on the alloys which are suitable for your make and model of car.
The alloy wheel offset determines the distance at which the wheel will sit under the wheel arch, or how far towards the outer arch it will sit. Every car has its optimum offset which must be adhered to in order for the wheels to fit properly. Spacers can be used to alter the wheel offset.
The centre bore is the size of the hole in the centre of the wheel where the spigot fits. It is also referred to as Spigot size in some cases. The measurement is the diameter of the centre hole, this is usually measured in millimetres. You may be able to adjust the centre bore hole by using spigot rings.
We know that’s quite a lot for you to think about, so it’s understandable if you’ve got a few questions about finding the right alloy wheels. Please contact Tarmac Sportz and we’ll be more than happy to help you find the perfect wheels for your vehicle.
PLEASE NOTE: Our system will only allow you to order 2 wheels minimum, contact us if you require a single wheel as there will be a single wheel surcharge.