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FOR SALE Fiat 16" Steel Wheels

Discussion in 'General Classifieds' started by DC4JC, Apr 28, 2015.

  1. DC4JC

    DC4JC Funster

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    Fiat 16" steel wheel, have 4 to sell.

    £20.00 each.

    Wilts area.
     
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    Can you check PCD please? Will they fit 15" wheel hubs?
     
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    Hi Tony

    PCD can't find. But on the rim the following...ET68 6J x16 x H2
    On rear of rim - 1011033

    Hope this helps

    Regards

    Dave.
     
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    Dave

    Unfortunately I can find nothing online that would help with the number on the rear of the rim. If I could confirm fitment I'd buy them. I have a Hymer on a Fiat Maxi chassis - which 'should' have 16" wheels. For some reason Hymer specify 15" wheels (and don't bother changing the speedo). I've learned that there are two different PCDs for Maxi / non-Maxi hubs and mine has the non-Maxi size.
     
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    Hi Tony,

    thanks AT Fun for the link, based on this and taking the required measurements from the wheel the PCD calculates to 132.7 mm.

    These came off our Burstner Aviano 675g on a 4 tonne chasis.

    regards

    Dave
     
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    Thanks for your help. Unfortunately that is the Maxi PCD (as I suspected) and mine, despite having the Maxi chassis, uses the non-Maxi PCD.
     
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