The 2-Litre alloy wheel from JBW wheels is available in 4 x130 PCD stud pattern and 2 different finishes.

Each wheel is 5.5 inches wide with a 15 inch diameter.

The 4x130 PCD has an offset of ET35 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

Each style of wheel is available in Black/Machined or Matt Black/Silver finshes.

__Techincal__

**What is PCD?**

PCD stands for Pitch Circle Diamter and is a measure of the wheel stud/bolt hole locations. The PCD is a circle with its centre at the centre of the face of the wheel. The centres of the mounting holes are equally spaced around this circle. So for example a 4x130mm PCD means four mounting holes, equally spaced around a 130mm diamter circle from the centre of the wheel.

**Orignal PCD measurements:**

- Pre 1967 Beetle (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- 1968 Onwards Beetle (4 stud) = 4x130 PCD
- Splitscreen Bus (wide 5) = 5x205PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1968 to 1970 (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1971 to 1979 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Type 25 Buses 1979 to 1992 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Porsche Hubs (5 Stud) = 5x130 PCD

**NOTE:** Karmann Ghia's and Type 3 Variants use the same stud patterns as the VW Beetle.

**What is the offset of a wheel?**

The offset is the distance from the mounting face of the wheel (where it mounts against the wheel hub), and the centreline of the wheel's width. It will be expressed as a distance, usually in mm and called ET.

The AC5 wheel from JBW wheels is based around the original EMPI 5 Spoke wheel. It is available in 2 different stud patterns and 3 different finishes.

Each wheel is 5.5 inches wide with a 15 inch diameter.

The 5x112 PCD has an offset of ET20 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

The 5x205 PCD has an offset of ET20 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

Each style of wheel is available in Anthracite, gloss Black, Chrome, Matt Black, Matt Black with Red Rim, Silver, Polished or White finishes.

__Techincal__

**What is PCD?**

PCD stands for Pitch Circle Diamter and is a measure of the wheel stud/bolt hole locations. The PCD is a circle with its centre at the centre of the face of the wheel. The centres of the mounting holes are equally spaced around this circle. So for example a 4x130mm PCD means four mounting holes, equally spaced around a 130mm diamter circle from the centre of the wheel.

**Orignal PCD measurements:**

- Pre 1967 Beetle (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- 1968 Onwards Beetle (4 stud) = 4x130 PCD
- Splitscreen Bus (wide 5) = 5x205PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1968 to 1970 (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1971 to 1979 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Type 25 Buses 1979 to 1992 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Porsche Hubs (5 Stud) = 5x130 PCD

**NOTE:** Karmann Ghia's and Type 3 Variants use the same stud patterns as the VW Beetle.

**What is the offset of a wheel?**

The offset is the distance from the mounting face of the wheel (where it mounts against the wheel hub), and the centreline of the wheel's width. It will be expressed as a distance, usually in mm and called ET.

The AC8 alloy wheel from JBW wheels is designed around the original EMPi 8 Spoke style wheel. It is available in 4 x130 PCD stud pattern and 3 different finishes.

Each wheel is 5.5 inches wide with a 15 inch diameter.

The 4x130 PCD has an offset of ET35 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

Each style of wheel is available in Gloss Black, Anthracite, Chrome, Matt Black, Matt Black with a Red Rim, Silver, Polished or White finshes.

__Techincal__

**What is PCD?**

PCD stands for Pitch Circle Diamter and is a measure of the wheel stud/bolt hole locations. The PCD is a circle with its centre at the centre of the face of the wheel. The centres of the mounting holes are equally spaced around this circle. So for example a 4x130mm PCD means four mounting holes, equally spaced around a 130mm diamter circle from the centre of the wheel.

**Orignal PCD measurements:**

- Pre 1967 Beetle (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- 1968 Onwards Beetle (4 stud) = 4x130 PCD
- Splitscreen Bus (wide 5) = 5x205PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1968 to 1970 (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1971 to 1979 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Type 25 Buses 1979 to 1992 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Porsche Hubs (5 Stud) = 5x130 PCD

**NOTE:** Karmann Ghia's and Type 3 Variants use the same stud patterns as the VW Beetle.

**What is the offset of a wheel?**

The offset is the distance from the mounting face of the wheel (where it mounts against the wheel hub), and the centreline of the wheel's width. It will be expressed as a distance, usually in mm and called ET.

The BRM 4 alloy wheel from JBW wheels is available in 4 x130 PCD stud pattern and 2 different finishes.

Each wheel is 5 inches wide with a 15 inch diameter.

The 4x130 PCD has an offset of ET25 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

Each style of wheel is available in Black/Machined or Matt Black/Silver finshes.

__Techincal__

**What is PCD?**

**Orignal PCD measurements:**

- Pre 1967 Beetle (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- 1968 Onwards Beetle (4 stud) = 4x130 PCD
- Splitscreen Bus (wide 5) = 5x205PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1968 to 1970 (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1971 to 1979 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Type 25 Buses 1979 to 1992 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Porsche Hubs (5 Stud) = 5x130 PCD

**NOTE:** Karmann Ghia's and Type 3 Variants use the same stud patterns as the VW Beetle.

**What is the offset of a wheel?**

The BRM 5 alloy wheel from JBW wheels is available in 2 different stud patterns and 2 different finishes. Each wheel is available as a 5.5 inches wide with a 15 inch diameter or 7 inch wide with a 17 inch diameter. The 5x205 PCD is also available in a 4.5 inch wide with a 15 inch diameter.

- The 5x112 PCD in 15 inch diameter has an offset of ET12.
- The 5x112 PCD in 17 inch diameter has an offset of ET40.
- The 5x205 PCD in 15 inch diameter has an offset of ET14.
- The 5x205 PCD in 17 inch diameter has an offset of ET42.

Each style of wheel is available in Black/Machined or Matt Black/Silver finshes.

__Techincal__

**What is PCD?**

**Orignal PCD measurements:**

- Pre 1967 Beetle (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- 1968 Onwards Beetle (4 stud) = 4x130 PCD
- Splitscreen Bus (wide 5) = 5x205PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1968 to 1970 (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1971 to 1979 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Type 25 Buses 1979 to 1992 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Porsche Hubs (5 Stud) = 5x130 PCD

**NOTE:** Karmann Ghia's and Type 3 Variants use the same stud patterns as the VW Beetle.

**What is the offset of a wheel?**

The Cosmic alloy wheel from JBW wheels is available in 2 different stud patterns and 3 different finishes.

Each wheel is 5.5 inches wide with a 15 inch diameter.

The 5x112 PCD has an offset of ET20 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

The 5x130 PCD has an offset of ET45 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

Each style of wheel is available in Black/Machined, Chrome or Matt Black/Silver finshes.

__Techincal__

**What is PCD?**

**Orignal PCD measurements:**

- Pre 1967 Beetle (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- 1968 Onwards Beetle (4 stud) = 4x130 PCD
- Splitscreen Bus (wide 5) = 5x205PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1968 to 1970 (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1971 to 1979 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Type 25 Buses 1979 to 1992 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Porsche Hubs (5 Stud) = 5x130 PCD

**NOTE:** Karmann Ghia's and Type 3 Variants use the same stud patterns as the VW Beetle.

**What is the offset of a wheel?**

The Foosh alloy wheel from JBW wheels is based on the looks of the Porsche Fuch wheel originally fitted to the 911 model. It is available in 2 different stud patterns and 4 different finishes. Available as a 4.5 inch or 5.5 inch wide with a 15 inch diameter or 7 inch wide with a 17 inch diameter.

- The 5x112 PCD in 15 inch diameter has an offset of ET20.
- The 5x112 PCD in 17 inch diameter has an offset of ET40.
- The 5x130 PCD in 15 inch diameter has an offset of ET45.
- The 5x130 PCD in 17 inch diameter has an offset of ET40.

Each style of wheel is available in Black, Matt Black, Chrome or Polished finishes.

__Techincal__

**What is PCD?**

**Orignal PCD measurements:**

- Pre 1967 Beetle (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- 1968 Onwards Beetle (4 stud) = 4x130 PCD
- Splitscreen Bus (wide 5) = 5x205PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1968 to 1970 (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1971 to 1979 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Type 25 Buses 1979 to 1992 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Porsche Hubs (5 Stud) = 5x130 PCD

**NOTE:** Karmann Ghia's and Type 3 Variants use the same stud patterns as the VW Beetle.

**What is the offset of a wheel?**

The GAS Burner alloy wheel from JBW wheels is available in 3 different stud patterns and 2 different finishes.

Each wheel is 5.5 inches wide with a 15 inch diameter.

The 4x130 PCD has an offset of ET25 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

The 5x112 PCD has an offset of ET20 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

The 5x130 PCD has an offset of ET45 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

Each style of wheel is available in Black/Machined or Matt Black/Silver finshes.

__Techincal__

**What is PCD?**

**Orignal PCD measurements:**

- Pre 1967 Beetle (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- 1968 Onwards Beetle (4 stud) = 4x130 PCD
- Splitscreen Bus (wide 5) = 5x205PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1968 to 1970 (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1971 to 1979 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Type 25 Buses 1979 to 1992 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Porsche Hubs (5 Stud) = 5x130 PCD

**NOTE:** Karmann Ghia's and Type 3 Variants use the same stud patterns as the VW Beetle.

**What is the offset of a wheel?**

The Radar alloy wheel from JBW wheels is available in 5x205 PCD stud pattern only and 3 different finishes. Each wheel is available as a 5 inch wide with a 15 inch diameter or 7 inch wide with a 17 inch diameter.

- The 15 inch diameter has an offset of ET20.
- The 17 inch diameter has an offset of ET40.

Each style of wheel is available in Antracite, Black, Chrome, Matt Black, Matt Black with Red rim, Silver or Polished finshes.

__Techincal__

**What is PCD?**

**Orignal PCD measurements:**

- Pre 1967 Beetle (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- 1968 Onwards Beetle (4 stud) = 4x130 PCD
- Splitscreen Bus (wide 5) = 5x205PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1968 to 1970 (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1971 to 1979 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Type 25 Buses 1979 to 1992 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Porsche Hubs (5 Stud) = 5x130 PCD

**NOTE:** Karmann Ghia's and Type 3 Variants use the same stud patterns as the VW Beetle.

**What is the offset of a wheel?**

The SPRINT alloy wheel from JBW wheels is available in 2 different stud patterns and 2 different finishes.

Each wheel is 5 inches wide with a 15 inch diameter.

The 4x130 PCD has an offset of ET25 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

The 5x205 PCD has an offset of ET20 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

Each style of wheel is available in Black/Machined or Matt Black/Silver finshes.

__Techincal__

**What is PCD?**

**Orignal PCD measurements:**

- Pre 1967 Beetle (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- 1968 Onwards Beetle (4 stud) = 4x130 PCD
- Splitscreen Bus (wide 5) = 5x205PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1968 to 1970 (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1971 to 1979 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Type 25 Buses 1979 to 1992 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Porsche Hubs (5 Stud) = 5x130 PCD

**NOTE:** Karmann Ghia's and Type 3 Variants use the same stud patterns as the VW Beetle.

**What is the offset of a wheel?**

The Torque alloy wheel from JBW wheels is available in 5x205 PCD stud pattern and 6 different finishes.

Each wheel is 5 inches wide with a 15 inch diameter.

The 5x205 PCD has an offset of ET20 and a 60 degree tapered seat for the wheel bolts/nuts.

Each style of wheel is available in Gloss Black, Anthracite, Matt Black, Matt Black with Red Rim, Silver or Polished finshes.

__Techincal__

**What is PCD?**

**Orignal PCD measurements:**

- Pre 1967 Beetle (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- 1968 Onwards Beetle (4 stud) = 4x130 PCD
- Splitscreen Bus (wide 5) = 5x205PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1968 to 1970 (wide 5) = 5x205 PCD
- Baywindow Bus 1971 to 1979 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Type 25 Buses 1979 to 1992 (Small 5) = 5x112 PCD
- Porsche Hubs (5 Stud) = 5x130 PCD

**NOTE:** Karmann Ghia's and Type 3 Variants use the same stud patterns as the VW Beetle.

**What is the offset of a wheel?**

This set of 4 Polished 17 inch Foosh alloy wheels from JBW wheels is based on the looks of the Porsche Fuch wheel originally fitted to the 911 model.

The stud pattern for these wheels is designed around the original stud pattern of the Later Baywindow Camper (1971 to 1979) and that of the Type 25 Bus.

The 5x112 PCD in 17 inch diameter has an offset of ET40.

Sold in a set of 4 without tyres.

Please call for a quote on tyres for these wheels.

This set of 4 Gloss Black 17 inch BRM alloy wheels from JBW wheels is based around the classic BRM style.

The stud pattern for these wheels is designed around the original stud pattern of the Later Baywindow Camper (1971 to 1979) and that of the Type 25 Bus.

The 5x112 PCD in 17 inch diameter has an offset of ET40.

Sold in a set of 4 without tyres.

Please call for a quote on tyres for these wheels.

This set of 4 Gloss Black 17 inch BRM alloy wheels from JBW wheels is based around the classic BRM style.

The stud pattern for these wheels is designed around the original stud pattern of the Pre 1967 Beetle, Karmann Ghia and Splitscreen Camper.

The 5x205 PCD in 17 inch diameter has an offset of ET42.

Sold in a set of 4 without tyres.

Please call for a quote on tyres for these wheels.