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Old 04-12-2018, 02:45 PM   #1
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Wheel Identification help needed.

Hi All,
I need to replace the spare wheel that was stolen when my van got stolen.
I think it's a pretty common wheel as i've seen them on other sportsmobiles.

Any help greatly appreciated.

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Old 04-12-2018, 06:54 PM   #2
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I would say either eagle alloys or american racing wheels. Though that look was made by lots of manufacturers.
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Old 04-12-2018, 07:41 PM   #3
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^^^ yep. look close to the 058 Series from eagle, but I don't think that's them. also look close to the American AR172 Baja, but I cant find a picture of the 8 lug to verify.

what size are the wheels? 16x8?
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I’ve got AR Bajas on mine and they sure do look like them but yea, many have made that style. I think Ultra did as well. AR seemed to be a popular wheel with SMB for awhile so if I had to guess that’d be it. Nothing on the rear center caps?
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Old 04-13-2018, 02:30 PM   #5
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Ok thanks for teh leads. i'll look into it. worst case since it's a spare probably doesn't have to be the exact same. van is at the shop now and will see if anything is stamped into the wheel.
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Donít see an 8 lug option listed for those ARís either, might check procomp wheels, looks like they also have one that looks like it could match. Also possible your particular wheel may no longer be available.


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http://www.americanracing.com/wheel/38666/ar172-baja

I have these. May not do them in chrome now but they used to at one time.
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So my mechanic is pulling the wheel off now to see if anything stamped on the wheel.

The wheel size is 16.5 based on the tire which is a bfg all terrain T/A 33x12.5R16.5

Doesn't look like AR sells a 16.5.

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^^^ yep. look close to the 058 Series from eagle, but I don't think that's them. also look close to the American AR172 Baja, but I cant find a picture of the 8 lug to verify.

what size are the wheels? 16x8?
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https://www.summitracing.com/parts/u...6880/overview/

so i found these wheels - which are 16.5 and kinda close but not exact. wondering what backspacing and offset I need to get tho'.

Backspacing (in): 4.750 in.
Offset: +3.00mm


Will this backspacing and offset work for my needs?
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Why don't you give Peter a call at SMB West? Since you have a sportsmobile he can email you the build sheet which will list the rims.

They look like ATX mojaves in chrome to me which is what they spec'd (usually Teflon black) on a lot of rigs in the 2000s.
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