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Old 02-11-2012, 05:44 PM
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Can anyone tell me what the difference is between Wheel Vintiques bare 14 series wheel (15x7x4.5/4.75) and the bare 12 series (15x7x4.5/4.75)? I've tried to get an answer from them but have been unable to do so.

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12 is a smoothie, the center is solid all the way around the inside of the rim.

14 is not a smoothie, the center has some small slots in 4 locations around the center where it attaches to the rim.
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Now that I had a 2nd look at some pictures that I have, I realize that you're right. One has to look fairly hard to notice the difference. Thank you!
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Her's a pic of my wire wheel.......after a major headache with them, wouldn't buy a lug nut from them....... ever.
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