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 Post subject: wheel fitment questions for a 76 mazda
PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 8:39 pm 

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ok i own a 1976 mazda 121/rx5 im looking to get some new wheels but do not know the pcd.

any help would be awsome.
also are there any outher 76 121 owners out there?
thay seem extremily rare in australia.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 07, 2010 9:13 pm 

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I think 121/RX5 is 4x120......the Work Equip 01's and 03's only come in a 4x100 and 4x114.3, which sucks, because I'd love some 03's in 4x110 for my 808. The Volks I don't know, but usually these companies only do the more common stud pattern's...SSR do some unusual stuff sometimes.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 1:55 am 
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Yes mate, you're right 4 x 120 only the Rx-5/121 and the 1500/1800 models had this. Trust me makes it hard to find wheels.

I've got a 1977 121 Coupe deluxe auto trim.

Also got 2 1977 121L Landau's and a 1978 121L Landau - love the quirky 121 range!

Whats the plans for the 121?

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Beware wrote:
I think 121/RX5 is 4x120......


this is truth...

Beware wrote:
the Work Equip 01's and 03's only come in a 4x100 and 4x114.3, which sucks, because I'd love some 03's in 4x110 for my 808. The Volks I don't know, but usually these companies only do the more common stud pattern's...SSR do some unusual stuff sometimes.


this is not truth... I do have a set of Work Equip 01 with PCD110, unfortunately 13" only... got them from Japan.

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PostPosted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 8:46 am 

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hmmm wel that makes things a little harder.

thanks heaps for the info though guys.

plans well im haveing the engine rebuilt in the next couple weeks. then i need some new front seats. then i will have the rear seat re apolsterd. set of headers and full exhust. new springs and dampers and hopefully new wheels.

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some old pics. but its pritty mutch the same as the first pic.


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Kopasan wrote:

Beware wrote:
the Work Equip 01's and 03's only come in a 4x100 and 4x114.3, which sucks, because I'd love some 03's in 4x110 for my 808. The Volks I don't know, but usually these companies only do the more common stud pattern's...SSR do some unusual stuff sometimes.


this is not truth... I do have a set of Work Equip 01 with PCD110, unfortunately 13" only... got them from Japan.


hmmmmmm......are they originals, not the current 'new' series, because the new ones that you can still buy now aren't available in 4x110, I was making enquiries and its a no go.

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jimjams wrote:
hmmm wel that makes things a little harder.

thanks heaps for the info though guys.


Why not some mid-80s RX7 bits to make it into 4x114.3? 8)


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datsunfreak wrote:
jimjams wrote:
hmmm wel that makes things a little harder.

thanks heaps for the info though guys.


Why not some mid-80s RX7 bits to make it into 4x114.3? 8)


SIII RX-7 is the only RX-7 that was 4x114.3


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ewokracing wrote:
SIII RX-7 is the only RX-7 that was 4x114.3


Sorry, no idea what an SIII RX-7 is... :P

But the last two years of the first generation RX-7 (SA22/FB) was available in 4x114.3. Is that what an SIII is?


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datsunfreak wrote:
ewokracing wrote:
SIII RX-7 is the only RX-7 that was 4x114.3


Sorry, no idea what an SIII RX-7 is... :P

But the last two years of the first generation RX-7 (SA22/FB) was available in 4x114.3. Is that what an SIII is?


Yup, Series 3.

As for the original question, style-wise the Work Equip 03s would look the best with your 121. First, you've got that bitchin' gold stripe and the 03s are gold. Second, the 01s and the TE37Vs are a bit too aggressive/sporty for a pimptastic luxo cruiser. I believe Hayashis came in 120 PCD and those would suit your car nicely.

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As for the original question, style-wise the Work Equip 03s would look the best with your 121. First, you've got that bitchin' gold stripe and the 03s are gold.


i think that will be the way to go.

but now to finde some that will fit :?

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Why not some mid-80s RX7 bits to make it into 4x114.3?


not a bad idea but i like the challenge of working with what the car is and saying i have done it the hard way.


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jimjams wrote:
not a bad idea but i like the challenge of working with what the car is and saying i have done it the hard way.


Trust me, the RX7 stuff is the hard way. :P


Not real gangster, but did you see these?

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the pics arnt coming up in the link :(

im likeing the Hayashis.


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jimjams wrote:
the pics arnt coming up in the link :(



Maybe photobucket doesn't like you? :P

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awsome i found some of these on yahoo auction.
absolutly love them.
hmmm i think these will be the way to go :P


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 Post subject: Re: wheel fitment questions for a 76 mazda
PostPosted: Sun Feb 05, 2012 1:34 pm 
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Sup JimJams could you like post a link to where on yahoo auction Japan, to where you got your 121 rims?

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 Post subject: Re: wheel fitment questions for a 76 mazda
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go to yahoo and use a translator and put in pcd 120.

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 Post subject: Re: wheel fitment questions for a 76 mazda
PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 1:11 pm 
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Use import monster- they have a google translator hooked up so its easy to use. ^as mentioned above keywords of "pcd 120" will get good results^

http://www.importmonster.com.au/yahoo

You'll find lots of 5x120 bmw wheels and sometimes ones like this
http://www.importmonster.com.au/view?ur ... pg&title=4

http://www.importmonster.com.au/view?ur ... 5%20PCD120

http://www.importmonster.com.au/view?ur ... =PCD%20120

http://www.importmonster.com.au/view?ur ... =PCD%20120

http://www.importmonster.com.au/view?ur ... =PCD%20120

http://www.importmonster.com.au/view?ur ... e=14%20120

http://www.importmonster.com.au/view?ur ... 0%208%209J

http://www.importmonster.com.au/view?ur ... %204%20120

http://www.importmonster.com.au/view?ur ... e=13%20120

http://www.importmonster.com.au/view?ur ... 0%20XR%204

http://www.importmonster.com.au/view?ur ... 1%20PCD120

http://www.importmonster.com.au/view?ur ... %202%20120


(just to give you an idea of the different styles out there in 120 pcd :D )


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 Post subject: Re: wheel fitment questions for a 76 mazda
PostPosted: Mon Feb 06, 2012 2:40 pm 
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Wow Timmy you just made my day man. Been looking for a site that could translate the verbiage for me.

Thanks alot man

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you should buy every single wheel there


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