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SOLD STILL FOR SALE !! ALLOY WHEELS (1 Viewer)

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Aug 15, 2014
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16" Supermetal Hammer x 4.
PCD 5/130 .
2 years old, 6,000 miles.
£280
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Hi Tuccano

Hope I am not another time waster, are these still for sale?
 
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Thanks Sandra, seriously hadn't thought of that, just reduced them to see if that would bring it forward also.
I hope you are all well (y)
Norman.
 
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Steve, I took them off my 2006 reg ducato so I would say yes they would. The dimensions 5 x 130 are the important bit as that is the distance between the studs, there is also a 5 x 118 so you will need to know which yours are.
I am selling them because my new, to me. van has 15" wheels damn it :rolleyes:
Norman.
 

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It's the bolts that's the issue for these I cant find a set of alloy wheel bolts for aftermarket wheels ....?

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mitzimad, apologies as I have been busy all evening and I have just seen your question, and your reply now :rolleyes:
Northernraider, perhaps I was lucky when first buying these alloys as the original bolts were fitted by the company I bought the wheels from and I didn't have any problems in the 6,000 miles they were used.
Norman.
 

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It's the bolts that's the issue for these I cant find a set of alloy wheel bolts for aftermarket wheels ....?

Most and certainly TUCANO 's Supermetal Hammer wheels he is selling are designed to use the original wheel bolts or you can buy fancy chrome plated versions of originals for that extra bit of bling as I did on mine.
 
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Many thanks for reminding me of the reason I bought these alloys in the first place, they are designed to use the original bolts :think:
My memory is seriously failing me these days which is wholly different to your signature:rofl::rofl:
Norman.
 
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This might help:

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Most and certainly TUCANO 's Supermetal Hammer wheels he is selling are designed to use the original wheel bolts or you can buy fancy chrome plated versions of originals for that extra bit of bling as I did on mine.
Are you sure ? It's not often that steel wheel bolts are used on alloy wheels , especially as most of the alloys take tapered bolts but the original bolts are domed


&tucano had offered me these wheels when I first bought my hymer but it was the problem of finding bolts that stopped me buying them.
 
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A good question to which l have to say that l don't know.
The van l had them on was 3,500 downplated from 4,250 but other than that, sorry :unsure:

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