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Shop for Wheels

Shop for Wheels

Our wheel rim range covers Truck & Bus, Agricultural & Plant, Earthmover, Industrial & Material's Handling applications. Standard specification wheel rims are kept on the shelf, whilst bespoke units can be manufactured to your given specification. We do NOT currently offer wheel rims for Car, 4x4, Quad/UTV, Lawn or Smaller Machinery. Please contact us for more information.

Truck, Bus & Coach Wheel Rims

Commercial Truck and Bus Wheel Rims

We carry a large range of common spec commercial wheels for Truck, Trailer, Bus & Coach use in both Steel and Alloy options. You can VIEW SOME OF OUR RANGE >> ONLINE NOW BY CLICKING HERE. A large majority of Truck and Bus wheel rims do come in the common popular sizes and bolt pattern configurations listed on our site. There are some less common standard specifications we are not yet listing, so if you can provide us with at least some of the wheel sizing information we may be able to suggest a few options that could be what you are after.  If you don't see your specification listed then please send us your wheel information via the Submit My Wheel Information Form, and we will contact you with a quote if we are able.

It is clearly important that you understand the wheel specification you are currently using, and match like-for-like when replacing them. Ensure any measurement taken are done so correctly else the wheel rim will likely not fit your vehicle! Please read our guide to measuring your rim for help.

For the less common wheel specifications, for say vintage buses, or American market vehicles, you may struggle to match up the specification with what we can offer from our 'off-the-shelf' range. These wheel rims are often too complex for us to manufacture in our workshop, so on occasion we may not be able to offer you a solution.

Agricultural, Construction & Earthmover Wheel Rims

Agricultural, Plant & Earthmover Wheels

Wheel rims for agricultural tractors and implements, plant equipment, industrial materials handling and earthmoving equipment tend to come in some standard 'off the shelf' wheel sizes and bolt configurations for popular vehicles, whilst other less common wheels/machinery require the wheel to be specially manufactured in our workshop to your exact specification.

Standard Wheels - We carry a large range of common agricultural and industrial wheels for tractors, implements, telehandlers, loaders, forklifts and other machinery. These will be listed on the website soon, but for now please send us your wheel information via the Submit My Wheel Information Form, and we will contact you with a quote.

Manufactured Wheels - If your wheel rim isn't an off the shelf option we can usually manufacture it for you. The timeframes on manufacture tends to be between two and four weeks depending on the amount of work currently booked in to be completed. To help us find or manufacturer the wheel you're looking for, we need some key information. In addition to the Tyre Size and the Rim Size we also need to know exactly how the centre plate fits onto the hub (the Bolt Pattern / Stud Configuration).

Submit My Wheel Information Form

To pass us your information please fill in the form below and click 'Submit' to email it to us. This form is also available to Download in JPG Format or Download in PDF Format if you wish to print it out. Once we have received your information we will contact you with the cost and lead time to manufacture your order.

To help you understand the form & the measurements we need from you please read the following guide:

Wheel Centre Plate Diagram

Number of Studs - The number of studs drilled into the wheel/on the hub. If there is an even number of stud holes then we will need the Pitch Circle Diameter (PCD) (refer to 'C' below). If you have an odd number of stud holes then we need the distance between two adjacent studs (refer to D below).

(A.i) Diameter of Stud Holes - The edge-to-edge internal diameter of each stud hole.

(A.ii) Stud Holes Countersunk - If the stud holes are countersunk on the inside or the outside of the hub.

(B) Diameter of Centre Bore Hole - The diameter of the centre hole in the rim.

(C) Pitch Circle Diameter (PCD) - For an even number of studs. The distance between the centres of two opposite stud holes. Also known as the Bolt Circle Diameter (BCD).

(D) Distance Between Adjacent Studs - For an odd number of studs. The distance between the centres of two adjacent stud holes.

(E) Distance of Centre Plate from Back - The distance between the centre plate and the back edge of the wheel. If you know the exact offset of the hub then you can provide it, but please specify whether the centre plate is offset towards the front or the back of the wheel. Our quick Offset Guide below might help, or you can contact us.

Wheel Information Form

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Wheel Measurement Guide

Measuring PCD

The Pitch Circle Diameter (also Bolt Circle Diameter) is the diameter of the circle which passes through the centre of all of the stud holes. The simplest way to get the PCD is to measure from the centre of one stud to the centre of the opposite stud. If the wheel has an odd number of studs then you can measure from the centre of one stud to the centre of an adjacent stud and give us that measurement instead.

Measuring Offset & Rear Spacing

Wheel offset is the distance from the middle of the rim to the to the mounting pad. The mounting pad is the rear face of the wheel centre which has the bore and stud holes. On a flat-disc wheel the mounting pad will be flush with the rest of the centre plate, but on a profiled disc the mounting pad will be raised. If the mounting pad is in line with the centre line then the wheel has Zero Offset. If the mounting pad is closer to the front edge of the wheel then the wheel has a Positive Offset, and if the mounting pad is closer to the rear edge then it has a Negative Offset. If we are manufacturing the wheel then we need either the Rear Spacing or the Wheel Offset.

Wheel Offset and Rear Spacing Explained