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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby wojciech » Mon Apr 23, 2012 12:30 pm

Dotz/Calibra DOMINATOR, size 6,5Jx16, ET 43 - 50 mm, HG (on left) i BP (on right).

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Postby madmax » Fri Jun 01, 2012 1:17 pm

Richieintransit wrote:
madmax wrote:My one off set of Mk 5 6 studs billets:
16 x 7's ^ 16 x 8's.
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And heres the tech drawings for another design if this helps anyone to get some made:
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I was told there were no wheels you could put on a 6 stud, seen a few on this thread but I love these, how much do you want for them? name your price !! who could make me some? how much would it cost? I NEED THEM!!!!

lol NOT FOR SALE sorry as i can not replace even 1 of them :( sorry
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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby camperchris » Fri Aug 24, 2012 9:33 pm

hi could anyone tell me if the mk6 tourneo alloy wheels fit a K reg
thanks any help :D
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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby ake » Sat Aug 25, 2012 9:22 am

NOT correctly, NO , the studs are a different size
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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby camperchris » Sun Aug 26, 2012 8:20 pm

thanks :)
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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby wojciech » Wed Sep 05, 2012 11:34 am

Ronal's alloys R44 formally are for Mk6/7 models with M14x2mm nuts - and nobody use them for earlier models..
Ronal R44 has 5x160 holes (for flat nuts), but with diameter 19mm. In this situation for earlier models, its possible to use M12x1,5 nuts with flat washer and additional funnel 18mm (from Toyota, Mitsubishi, Mazda).

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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby bopickup » Mon Sep 24, 2012 4:13 pm

NICE ONE !!!!!!!!!!!! THANKS FOR THE HELP TOP MAN
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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby wojciech » Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:37 am

Official Ford alloys for Ford Transit Custom and Ford Tourneo Custom.
Size 16x6,5", PCD 5x160, tires 215/65R16C

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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby wojciech » Fri Oct 26, 2012 10:43 am

Official Ford alloys for Ford Transit Custom Sport Van
Size 18x7,5", PCD 5x160, tires 235/50R18 101


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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby JET » Wed Dec 05, 2012 7:48 pm

Here's how I modified some mk7 alloys to fit my mk5 Tourneo with only hand tools available.
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This is how it looks now :D :D

I bought some used alloys from dba (a danish division of ebay) for 200£ - in very good condition and with good tyres :D
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In the beginning my plan was to drill out the holes to 20mm and then mount them with "Toyota" style flat nuts - but I couldn't find them anywhere in Denmark :evil: (and I just couldn't wait - so ebay was not an option)

So instead I countersunk the holes to fit normal 60 degrees alloy nuts using this tool on a normal drill :D
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With a mix of caution and patience it was actually an easy job - and the wheels are perfectly in balance - I didn't even have to change any wheel weights

On the rear its a direct fit - but on the front axle the mod requires a bit more work
The inner boss is to narrow to fit over the bearing hub, and the 5 bolts on the hub take up too much place, so I had to grind some of the material off
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This is the wheel before

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And this is after

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And heres the tool I used

In total it took about 2 hours - but what a different bus :D
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and after :D :D

They have been on the bus for half a year now, and they have done approx. 15000 miles and I can tell you that they run absolutely perfect, so there's no reason to fear an alloy mod with hand tools :lol: :lol: :lol:

Hope this will help someone :D
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Re: Re:

Postby madmax » Sat Dec 08, 2012 2:14 pm

madmax wrote:
Richieintransit wrote:
madmax wrote:My one off set of Mk 5 6 studs billets:
16 x 7's ^ 16 x 8's.
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And heres the tech drawings for another design if this helps anyone to get some made:
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I was told there were no wheels you could put on a 6 stud, seen a few on this thread but I love these, how much do you want for them? name your price !! who could make me some? how much would it cost? I NEED THEM!!!!

lol NOT FOR SALE sorry as i can not replace even 1 of them :( sorry
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PS: these wheels are now fore sale! just a slight catch you have to buy the van to get them tho :mrgreen:
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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby urbtree » Wed Dec 12, 2012 10:25 pm

Fox Viper Commercial Now Available in 6.5Jx 18
235/55/18 (Badly fitted) Nankang SP7 104V
Originally 215/75/16

Rolling radius is kept the same so Odo reads spot on.
55 profile keeps em off the curbs nicely give a good ride too and I carry A LOT of weight.

Holding up to the coastal weather perfectly although the center cap stickers came off
Bought from Wheelbase.

Chewing tyres off though last set of fronts lasted 3 month inner n/s and outer o/s worn. still waiting to see if tracking fixes.
Will be putting winters on in the next week or so.

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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby wojciech » Mon Dec 17, 2012 2:49 pm

Who knows somethig about this alloys - size, producer, model, kind of nuts (flat or conical) etc. :?: :roll:

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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby cosevo » Wed Jan 02, 2013 11:50 pm

Last pic is my van, they are 16s, wheels will be for sale soon, gonna order some 18s this week
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Re: Pictures of all available correct size pcd Transit alloy

Postby wojciech » Mon Jan 07, 2013 2:28 pm

wojciech wrote:Who knows somethig about this alloys - size, producer, model, kind of nuts (flat or conical) etc.

cosevo wrote:Last pic is my van

I know it - but nothing more... :lol:
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