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Old 28-06-2009   #1
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Hey all!

Right im curious if any of you know of any 14 inch steels that any fiats come with?

For my uno turbo

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Where do we start... Punto, Tipo, Bravo, Brava, Tempra, Stilo, Marea, Multipla, Croma (old).....

Of course getting the offset correct is the hard part.
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you put your 33s on ebay Biz?

hope your going banded!
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Where do we start... Punto, Tipo, Bravo, Brava, Tempra, Stilo, Marea, Multipla, Croma (old).....

Of course getting the offset correct is the hard part.
I`ve been looking into this too, the Tipo Tempra had 13" steels, most, if not all, of the Bravo/Brava rage were also on 13" steels.

Not sure about the old Croma, or the Multipla (I keep meaning to check the peoples one over the road!).

I think the Argenta & 132 were on 14"`s (& I think the 131 Sport), they`ve got a nice amount of "rimmage" too, but I`m not sure if they`d foul the arches & they arent exactly 10 a penny to check.

I think the RWD ones would work on the Tempra, & therefore the tipo`s too as theres such a huge clearance...

We should really have a sticky (in all the sections) letting everyone check what offsets work on each model & what spacers work otherwise....

I`ve also wondered about the modern Fiats which have bigger steels, especially the commercials which have up to 16"`s I think, but alot are joint ventures with Citroen/Vauxhall/Ford/Suzuki etc, so what are their PCD`s?
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Gav nah mate but they might be up for sale shortly!

I was looking into get some banded to accept a good range of tyres and because it was broken into a few weeks back i want to not make it shout I AM A TURBO COME AND STEAL ME again! lol
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Re: Steel wheels

A lot of the Tipo/Tempra had 14" steel wheels - as did the Bravo/Brava. I think only a few Tipo had 13" wheels. Much, much more likely to have 14s.

Couple years ago I gave away 3 sets of 14" steel wheels off Marea/Bravo.
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Re: Steel wheels

Tipo 1400 (basic model), 1600 DGT and 1.6SX - which are all the Tipo models I've seen that come with steel wheels - were all 13" as standard. I know the Tipo looks a lot better on 14s - it's a large hatchback - but oddly, most in NZ seem to have come with 13s and big old 175/70 tyres.

I think 1994-1999 Punto 75 or 90 models are the best source for 14" steel wheels to fit an Uno.

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All my Tipo's and Bravo/Marea were diesels... might explain the 14s.
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Re: Steel wheels

I have four brand new 14" steel wheels that are supposedly off a Punto. They are a Fiat fitment (they fitted both the Punto and my Uno) but as I scrapped the Punto I bought them for I never got round to using them.

As above I know that low spec mk1 Puntos had 13" steels but the higher spec models came with 14".
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I have four brand new 14" steel wheels that are supposedly off a Punto. They are a Fiat fitment (they fitted both the Punto and my Uno) but as I scrapped the Punto I bought them for I never got round to using them.

As above I know that low spec mk1 Puntos had 13" steels but the higher spec models came with 14".
Punto 75 85 and TD 70 in SX trim IIRC anything above that has alloys anything below has 13s
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Re: Steel wheels

Any Tipo/Bravo/Brava/Marea/Punto that came with 256mm brakes (1.6 and above in Tipo/Bravo(a) range) will have needed at least 14s to fit the brakes under.
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Also depends on what width you want too.
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Re: Steel wheels

I just checked the Multipla over the road, it has 15 inch steels and they are 4 stud, I assume 4x98 as its all Fiat & not 1/2 Citroen etc
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Re: Steel wheels

I just went out with my ruler, they are 4x98, it is a 6x15 & is ET 31.5

Its running 185/65 15`s.

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I just checked the Multipla over the road, it has 15 inch steels and they are 4 stud, I assume 4x98 as its all Fiat & not 1/2 Citroen etc
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Re: Steel wheels

Ok cheers fella

I wanted to get some but banding them by 1"-1.5" is 370!

Fook that ill think of somthing else.
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