Question about 1995 Suzuki Swift
You've just about stated all the numbers that you can ever possibly need! Yes, the standard 13" wheel is 4.5" wide, has 4 stud holes intended for 12mm studs which are on a pitch circle diameter (PCD) of 114.3mm (the Japanese version of 4.5"). The only thing you haven't mentioned is the offset of the rim. This is the distance from the mounting hub face of the wheel to where the middle of the wheel is (halfway between the outer and inner rim edges. For a front wheel drive car, this number is usually always positive and I think it is 35 or 45mm for this wheel. If you have an original steel wheel, it should be stamped on the outer rim area near the valve (along with other identifying info).
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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