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WHEEL PART NUMBER

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by redwood, Nov 24, 2015.

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  1. redwood

    redwood Active Member

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    I am looking to buy a alloy spare wheel but looking on ebay there is a few different ones out there so anyone know the correct part number for a 15'' 6 spoke wheel tyre size 195 80 15
     
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    Do you have a photo of the wheel you're trying to match?

    There's only 2 design 15" wheels - pre 01MY and post 01MY

    The pre 01MY is a 5 spoke design with inset on tapered spokes

    Post 01MY is 6 spoke design with parallel spokes with dip from centre of the rim to the outer edge down each spoke
     
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    Mmm that's what i thought but sellers on ebay are quoting various part numbers for the 6 spoke design, could it be something to do with tyre width.
     
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    What part numbers you seen and I'll look them up for you
     
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    I can see what the difference is now, the earlier 6 spoke wheels had holes in between the stud holes and the later ones had a number 12 mark in between two stud holes.
     
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