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    • Created: 4 years, 1 month ago
    • By Martin ross

    need the offset size for a 2004 Fiat Ducato ...

    need the offset size for a 2004 Fiat Ducato Motorhome 2.3 litre. 15 inch wheel.

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      • Answered: 4 years, 1 month ago
      • By Support Team

      Hello Martin ross, offset size 6x15 ET68 PCD 5x118

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      • Created: 4 years, 1 month ago
      • By Mike Wharton

      Hi. I have a 1998 fiat ducato based motorhome ...

      Hi. I have a 1998 fiat ducato based motorhome and would like to fit newer ones from a 2006 ducato. Both are steel wheels, will the 2006 ones fit?
      Thanks

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        • Created: 3 years, 7 months ago
        • By Darren Robinson

        I have a 1997 Fiat Motorhome and would also ...

        I have a 1997 Fiat Motorhome and would also like to go to 16 in an attempt to alter the gearing, I am told the 16 inch steels will fit. But its the guy selling them thats telling me this.

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          • Answered: 3 years, 4 months ago
          • By Archie

          i have a 1997 Fiat Ducato / Frankia Motorhome. This has 215/75 R16 tyres. According to my Manual the recommended pressure is 5.5 bar.

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            • Answered: 2 years, 2 months ago
            • By dean byrne

            Hi i just seen your question on this site and i noticed you have 16 in wheels and tyres on your 1997 motorhome, i have a 1998 ducato moho on 15in wheels and i want to change them over to 16in to give me a bit more clearance underneath, are your tyres close to the wing or suspension leg, i dont want to buy some new alloys and find out they dont fit.

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          • Created: 2 years, 11 months ago
          • By Craig Owen

          Can anyone help please, i have a 2010 ducato ...

          Can anyone help please, i have a 2010 ducato swb with 15" steel rims. Looking to upgrade to 17" or 18" alloys, do bmw, land rover alloys fit???? Thanks

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            • Answered: 1 year, 6 months ago
            • By Bolt-pattern.com

            Hello Craig!

            No, unfortunately not, the SWB Ducato with 15 inch wheels has a bolt pattern of 5x118 with an offset of 68 mm, while BMW's have a bolt pattern of 5x120 (most of them) and Land Rover's uses many different lug patterns such as 5x120, 5x108, etc.

            Best regards,
            www.bolt-pattern.com

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            • Created: 2 years, 2 months ago
            • By Gillian crane

            Hi I have a 1985 fiat ducato motorhome what ...

            Hi I have a 1985 fiat ducato motorhome what the right wheel size it has 3 16 inch 1 14 inch and the spare is 15 inch thank you

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              • Answered: 1 year, 11 months ago
              • By Bobby C

              What's the correct tyre size for a 1988 fiat ducato mark 1?

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                • Answered: 8 months, 4 weeks ago
                • By LakyYU

                Right size for Fiat Ducato, Citroen C 25 and Peugeot Bokster, all the same car, till 1994 is 14 inch 185/80 C.
                You can fit 15 inch 185/70 C or 195/65 C.

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              • Created: 1 year, 10 months ago
              • By James ross

              Ive got 16inch on my ducato wat is proper ...

              Ive got 16inch on my ducato wat is proper size of tyres for it wana upgrade to 18inch and what is right size is suitable for weight of van and load weight

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                • Created: 1 year, 10 months ago
                • By James ross

                On mark 5 golf hv 16 inch 205 55 ...

                On mark 5 golf hv 16 inch 205 55 16 tyres on wana put 18inch on would 225 40 18 be right size of tyres be suitable for it

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                  • Answered: 1 year, 10 months ago
                  • By John

                  Hi,James ross,yes,it can fit for.

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                  • Created: 11 months, 3 weeks ago
                  • By John Reynolds

                  Hi I have a 150BHP motorhome with 16" alloys ...

                  Hi I have a 150BHP motorhome with 16" alloys and 225 75 16 tyres fitted. But when i wanted to fit locking wheel nuts i found I have 14mm studs. So suppled with 15" rims and the motorhome manufacture fitted Fiat alloys with 16" rims and 225 75 16 tyres.

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                    • Created: 10 months, 1 week ago
                    • By Jorge Bras

                    I've a Fiat Ducato MH2 2.3 with 15" rims. ...

                    I've a Fiat Ducato MH2 2.3 with 15" rims.
                    I'm looking to get a new set of rims, like the MWD16208, which are 6x16 ET68 5x118. Do you think it will fit ? I will go with 225/75 R16 tyres.

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                      • Answered: 10 months, 1 week ago
                      • By John

                      Hi,Jorge Bras,What your current tire and wheel size?I can help you confirm it.

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                        • Answered: 10 months, 1 week ago
                        • By Jorge Bras

                        My tire size is 215/70 R15, I can also have 215/75R15, or 225/70R15C. I asked for a certificate to get 225/75R16C, which they gave me but, Im not to sure about, although have seen people in forums saying that it works. Thank you

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