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126 bis alloys
« on: January 27, 2011, 05:21:48 PM »
i was wondering how to put minilites on my bis, there is a locating pin on the hubs and none of the alloys ive been looking at have a hole for this pin, ive seen a few cars with alloys on and they didnt have holes in for the pin. i was wondering if anyone had any ideas??
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Re: 126 bis alloys
« Reply #1 on: January 27, 2011, 06:22:42 PM »
Remove the pin  ;D

Minilites will need 'wobble bolts' unless they are also 4x98

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Re: 126 bis alloys
« Reply #2 on: January 30, 2011, 10:21:05 PM »
does anyone know what the right size wheel is that will fit straight on to my bis?

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Re: 126 bis alloys
« Reply #3 on: February 02, 2011, 02:44:44 AM »
Wheels 5,5J13 or preferably 5J13, 4x98mm - Italian standard, with 165/55R13.

There are lots of size variants 10"-12"-13", 4,5"-5"-5,5"

12" Mini style 4x98 if you want http://www.500mania.it/ns/index.php/store_gbr/prodotti/wheels/for-fiat-126-hub/light-alloy-wheels.html

Standard rims that you can use are:

Fiat Cinquecento  Sporting 5,5J13; 165/55R13 orig. sizes



Fiat Uno Turbo 5,5J13



Cromodora 5x13 autobianchi y10 a112 http://www.autobelle.it/annunci/dettid.php?gb_id=113381

Alfa Romeo 33 with 5,5J13... And many more...

All of those should fit good with the proper tire size, but remember that it's possible the tire to touch a bit the fender in certain position. But you never know if you don't try...

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