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Mystery tubeless split rims

Hi,

Can anyone identify these rims? I suspect they might be Iveco military spec?
They came with a pair of 255/100 XZLs I bought from a Unimog dealer, but they're definitely not mog related.







Here are the stamped markings:








Many thanks in advance,
Toby
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Found a table, where it says, they are for Bremach and SCAM. Search the document for 15261.

http://www.camper4x4.net/web/images/...tti_2006_1.pdf

Interesting, does they fit on 40.10W... I already kind of gave up looking for tubeless rims. The only thing I found so far is a company in Germany, who makes them, but price is just crazy - 330 EUR per one rim.

But anyway - 6,5" width is not enough, I'm looking for at least 16x8, and seems like only way is to take rims from other car, cut out the center and weld it in from Iveco rims.
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I am talking to this company

Mach 5 Wheels for Land Rover custom offset without spacers and other 4x4 vehicles beadlock and off road specialist custom made offsets to order spy-der-lock in the zu wheel don't have offsets like mach-5-wheels which are made by hand manufactured and

Allowing for £200+ a wheel

or less if he cuts the centres out and uses a new rim. I've lent him a standard split rim from my daily to measure and look at. the new rims need to be 5mm steel to take the weight of a daily at up to 4.5 tonnes

I want 6.5" wheels as I run 8.25/16 tyres on my truck and it also allows 235/85/16 and 7.50/16 and 255/85/16and even 255/100/16. This should get me tyres in most places, as soon as you go wider tyres become harder to find as they are specialist items.

I was also looking at having an et of 50 on it rather than 101 which is the iveco standard, this will widen the track slightly
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i think they are bremach wheels , also used on the scam / new daily 4x4

they have an offset of 50mm rather than 101mm of the standard

If you don't want them how much ?

or has he got any more as they would suite my needs fine

Centre hole should e 170mm

Are they 3 piece ?
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found a picture of the bremach wheel to compare
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If they are truly "tubeless split rims" they have a rubber O-ring between the main part of the wheel and the outer flange.
They are common in 20" and larger sizes, made by Lemmerz and other big mfgs. They are what is usually used in 20X10" for 395/85R20, 365/85R20, 14.00/16.00R20 in Unimogs and single rear wheel MANs, MBs and current military trucks from all countries.
In 16" it has to be rare.
Don't travel without spare O-rings.

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I'm trying to get hold of the wheels that TobyW has as they fit my truck. I don't have 5 posts on this forum, so I'm not allowed to send him a PM, although I've written a visitor message on his profile. I'm not sure if that will result in an email to TobyW or not.

Can anyone help?

I realise this is a huge necro, but I figure it's worth a try.
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i've tried for you

stuart

i have sent him a message for you.

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I've also sent pm's before but no reply
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Thank you guys. Fingers crossed!
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