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Messagepar Ned4 » 01 Sep 2012 14:09

Pardonnez-moi s'il vous plaît, je suis en utilisant Google Translate.

Est-il possible d'utiliser B110/B120 roues Iveco 40.10?

J'ai vu certains B90/110/120 avoir 6 stud

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Messagepar hippo » 01 Sep 2012 22:13

no sorry, you're right they have 6 holes as well but both space between each and center locating diameter are different so not compatible.

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Messagepar Ned4 » 02 Sep 2012 16:06

aahh, merci, nice of you to speak English. its a pity the B110 wheels are very nice, and here in Ireland they usually have 9.00 R16 xzl tyres

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Messagepar cyrchristo » 02 Sep 2012 20:17

Ned4 a écrit :aahh, merci, nice of you to speak English. its a pity the B110 wheels are very nice, and here in Ireland they usually have 9.00 R16 xzl tyres


Hello Ned (I will try to write in english...)

If you're idea is just to have 9.00X16 tyres, some of the Forum's users put this size on the regular Iveco wheels...
Even if they are a little bit to narrow, it's seems that it works.

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Messagepar hippo » 02 Sep 2012 20:59

that's true...and as a matter of fact we found out lately that those b110 rims that all have 900r16 xzl or else tires are actually not any wider: they are 5,5 as well.

now take into account you'll have to modify a bit the body of the iveco (cut away some of the weel housing) to fit such big tires.

and they are heavy as hell, I prefer much better the mud goodrich km1 or km2 255x85R16 that are a bit smaller than the 900r16 or 255x100r16
but mainly much cheaper and weigh half of them.

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Messagepar Ned4 » 06 Sep 2012 00:31

thank you for the information. thank you for speaking English! :D

I would like 8.25 R16 xzl pneus, but, I can not find any. Are they available in France?

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Messagepar hippo » 06 Sep 2012 18:39

Ned4 a écrit :I would like 8.25 R16 xzl pneus, but, I can not find any. Are they available in France?


brand new I can't tell you , somme guy was looking for a pair not long ago and I found them second hand on leboncoin

but nothing in that size right now...
http://www.leboncoin.fr/annonces/offres/ile_de_france/occasions/?o=2&q=xzl

they must be stronger than the BF goodrich but take into account that if they are difficult to find that may not be the best choice in case you would blow one away in the middle of nowhere.

and from what I experienced that xzl profil is quite noisy too.


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