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    WTB Spare for Caravan

    Wild stab in the dark.
    Anyone got a lazy 165 r13 suitable for an old 70s caravan. Bought 1 without a spare wheel
    108 pcd i believe, 4 stud
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    Go on...tell us what stud pattern you want

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    Yeah sorry, missed that bit

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    108 would be like an escort from memory ......... or something english
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    Sounds like it has Hillman hunter rims

    Will txt a mate and get back to you

    He's a legend on rims/tyres
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    I will have a look tomorrow...all sorts of shit lying around here.
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    Cortina or Escort rim, commonly used during that period.
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    Definitely 108 pcd and this is what i can find on the tyre
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    Do you have a pic of the rim ?
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    Only this one
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    They look like ford rims

    The Hillman had slots cut around the outside
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    Bugger off

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    I have a 1968 Oxford caravan and had to make a new axle with new stubs/hubs/rims and tyres from TWL just so that I could have a spare tyre, as Morris oxford rims are rarer than a Rare thing
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    go see your local wrecker.....our old boat trailer has mk2 vepher rims...turns out mitsi L 300 fit it just fine.... twl stock all sorts of rims.last year after pissing around for years with crappy bearings we bit the bullet and fitted new axel,hubs n stubs...which fit the same mk2 rims.... cost wasnt as much as thought it would be. in hindsite shouldve gone whole way and bought 3 new rims at same time.

 

 

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