ALLOY WHEEL OFFSET MACHINING AND PCD DRILLING
In the search for alloy wheel offset machining and PCD drilling service? CNC Wheels got you covered. We have the most skilled team to give you the best alloy wheel custom machining results. CNC Wheels is passionate about custom wheels and dedicated to serving customers with top quality results. We have the right combination of specialized equipment and experienced professionals to ensure the perfect fit, every time. Get a free quote here.
WHY OFFSET MCHINING AND DRILLING?
As they are so many sizes, bolt patterns, centre bores, offsets, and dimensions of wheels, it is crucial that you work with an experienced shop that knows what will and won’t work for your specific wheel application, as well as using the right tools to make sure the job is done correctly.
CNC Wheels has the latest state of art wheel machining equipment in-store, so we can provide services that other shops simply can’t offer. CNC Wheels specialize in PCD drilling (drilling a new PCD or re-drilling PCD on the top of the original holes), offset machining (change offsets of wheels), and centre bore machining (machining the centre bore hole larger).
ALLOY WHEEL OFFSET MACHINING
Wheel offset is one of the major determining factors on whether a wheel will fit your car or SUV. If you have your eyes on a set of alloy wheels that don’t quite fit your car because of different offset, fear not as there is a solution. At CNC Wheels, we can change offsets by shaving the back of the alloy wheel using the latest CNC machine. Get a free quote here.
WHAT IS PCD ON A WHEEL?
The Pitch Circle Diameter (PCD) is the diameter of the circle that goes through the centre of all the studs or wheel bolts. The bolt pattern of the rim should match the bolt pattern of the vehicle to ensure fitment.
At CNC Wheels, we can custom machine wheels to fit your vehicle. Our qualified engineers are second-to-none when it comes to customising your wheels. We can either drill blank rims or re-drill wheels to change the stud pattern. We offer two types of drilling, a standard redrill and dual drill. View the images below which illustrate the difference.
ALLOY WHEEL CENTRE BORE MACHINING
The centre bore of a wheel is the machined opening section in the middle of the wheel that centres the rim properly on your car or SUV. If you are interested in wheels that simply can’t fit on your vehicle because of a small hub bore, CNC Wheels can machine out the centre bore to exactly fit your vehicle bore.
WE CAN CUSTOMIZE AND CHANGE
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WHEEL MACHINING FAQ
Can my wheels be drilled?
Most wheels can be drilled as long as the new bolt pattern is within 8mm. In any case, please fill up the form on this page and our team will advise you whether the wheels can be drilled or not.
How much offset machining cost?
Depending on the current and required changes, offset machining prices vary from $50 to $70 per wheel. Please fill the form above with your enquiry and our team will respond with a quote.
How much PCD drilling cost?
Depending on the current and required changes, PCD drilling and re-drilling price vary from $50 to $70 per wheel. Please fill the form above with your enquiry and our team will respond with a quote.
How much centre bore machining cost?
Depending on the current and required changes, centre bore machining prices vary from $40 to $60 per wheel. Please fill the form above with your enquiry and our team will respond with a quote.
Do you have to remove the tyres?
Yes, before we can drill, redrill, offset machine or centre bore machine your wheels, the tyres must be removed. We do offer removal, remount and balance for an extra charge.
Why do you remove the tyres?
We believe in quality work. To successfully complete a wheel machining service, the tyre must be removed to enable proper machining.
How long does the process take?
It depends on the service and our workload, we usually take 1 to 2 days to complete the job. Offset machining can be done on-spot (it takes between 1-2 hours) if booked in advance.
Where do you machine my wheels?
All custom wheel machining work is done in-house by the CNC team at Lansvale, Sydney 2166. We don’t do mobile services.
Can I ship you my wheels?
Yes, please contact us before shipping to get a quote.
Our address is:
3 Kurrara St, Lansvale, Sydney NSW 2166, Australia.
Do I need hub rings?
We recommend hub rings for wheels that are not hub centric.