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Thread: FS: Steel 15x5.5" Spare Wheels

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    FS: Steel 15x5.5" Spare Wheels

    I have two Kronprinz spare wheels. Both are dated 78, though slightly different. $150 each


    Dated 7/78
    15x5.5"
    BF Goodrich tire




    Dated 78
    15x5.5"
    Vredestein tire

    Tires can be removed for cheaper shipping.











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    Amazing to see...steelies from the late '70's...
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    That's sarcasm, right?

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    None intended...just a comment.
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    Lol. No worries. It's hard to tell sometimes on the interwebs.

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    Still available.

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    Still available - I can remove tires.

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    Still available

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    One of them is an early one with the small volcanoes around the stud hole. The other one is a later one with the larger volcanoes. Porsche did this because when putting the earlier spare on a car with alloys and aluminum lug nuts, the nut would bottom out and blow out the end of the lug nut. The later ones don't have this problem.

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    Jim

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    As always, thanks for your knowledge!

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