Empi 911 5 Spoke Alloy Wheel (15" / 5x112 - Set of 4 inc Lug N...

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Empi 911 5 Spoke Alloy Wheel (15" / 5x112 - Set of 4 inc Lug Nuts)

JK Part Number: J18806

£496.25

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Empi 5 Spoke 911 Alloy Wheels in Matt Black with Matt Silver. This classic wheel is now available to fit all T2s from 1971 on up with a 5 x 112 stud pattern This wheel comes with silver cap with logo and chrome valve stem.

Size: 15"
ET: 20
Seat: 60 degree
PCD: 5x112
Weight: 15.5

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    • Jens said: 06/07/2011 04:00
    • Which ultimate load do they support? Are they ok for Westi Campers?
    • Answer: These are load rated for the T2 and T25 range without issue
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    • Alan said: 06/07/2011 20:29
    • I have a 1990 t25 holdsworth conversion camper with 14\ steel wheels, will these alloys fit straight on without any modifications. Regards. Violet25 ""
    • Answer: These will fit without modification but you will need new tyres to suit.
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    • Mark said: 08/07/2011 09:19
    • What size tyres would I need for these wheels if replacing standard 14\ steel wheels on a standard height '74 camper? I want to keep the height the same, merely replace the 14"wheels with 15\"" alloys ie the profile of the tyre will be reduced by the increase in wheel diameter
    • Answer: divided by 2."""
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    • mark said: 11/07/2011 16:11
    • Could you tell me what the offset on these wheels is please?
    • Answer: These wheels are ET20
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    • Martin said: 12/07/2011 20:10
    • My local tyre fitters have just recommended 195/70/15 tyres for these wheels, do you agree that they will be suitable?
    • Answer: Yes a 195/70/15 would give you a 0.91% error in speed reading at the speedo so this is a good choice
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    • rob said: 16/07/2011 13:31
    • With an offset of ET20, am I correct to think that these wheels will only fit T25s with some spacers, because T25 offset is normally ET39?
    • Answer: A spacer would probably be necessary for the T25, due to the difference in offset as you mention, we are currently looking in to this
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    • martin said: 25/07/2011 15:47
    • hi im thinking of lowering my 1972 bus one spindle and adding 15\ wheels what size tyres would i need i was thinking of 185 60 15 or maybe 185 55 15 can you advise which would be safest ""
    • Answer: Dropping your van one spline from stock (I pressume this is what you meant rather than 1 spindle) will not be that significant so you will probably have no issue with clearance. Without looking at the van though it is very difficult to ascertain the correct tyre size you would require. I would suggest talking to your local tyre shop
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    • Darron said: 15/08/2011 14:27
    • I've got a 1989 T25 High Top Camper Van, are these alloys suitable considering the additional weight? Thanks
    • Answer: The minimal increase in weight will not be an issue for these wheels.
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    • Darron said: 15/08/2011 19:29
    • Has there been any luck on the spacer answer for the T25? I want to buy the wheels but if it needs spacers what thickness does it need and will the provided wheel nuts be long enough.

      Thanks
    • Answer: We are waiting to try a set on a vehicle to get a definitive answer, sorry
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    • Gareth said: 30/12/2011 16:53
    • Hi I currently have a set of 14inch steel wheels on my '72 bay and am thinking of upgrading to a set of these alloys. Will i need to make any modifications or will they just bolt straight on?
    • Answer: Hi there You should not need to do any mods they will bolt straight on provining you have a stub pattern small 5 now wide five stubs
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VW T2 Bay Window

Air-Cooled Petrol (1971 - 1979) :

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