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Old 24-01-2016, 01:52 PM   #1
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İ am thinking of a set of ATS classic wheels from the for sale id and the seller has provided me the details off the wheels but i don't know how to id them accurately...i am told ats produced the same style wheel with 2 different part numbers -1 for the 1302 and the other for the 1303....what were the differences.....and these are the id numbers!..many thanks in anticipation!

On front they have 5 1/2jx15H2, 5515.1, KBA40012 & 130 and on back 74 & 130

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İ forgot to post a picture just in case anyone spots the difference visually!!!

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Can you not ask the seller to measure the back space then compare it to the wheels on your car to see if they will work?
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describe what you mean by 'back space' please?
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Backspace is distance from hub mounting face to inner rim. You need to make sure the inner edge of wheel will clear the struts.
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the et is ok it is just confusion about identifying what is the difference between the manufacturers reason why they produced two wheels with distinct parts numbers...my friend who runs a late 1302 has them on his car and he says his set up is the same as my very early 1303s....with the macp struts...
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Copied from Histowheels website,not sure how to link,may be of some use.


ATS Classic 5515.1
ATS Classic 5515.1 - specifications

Rim material: Alloy
Rim width x diameter (inches): 5,5Jx15H2
Offset: 25
Bolt pattern: 4x130
Weight: 5,9 kg
Year:
Manufacturer part number: 5515.1 / KBA 40012
Cars: Volkswagen 1200 Typ 11, Volkswagen 1300 Typ 11, Volkswagen 1500 Typ 11, Volkswagen 1500 Cabriolet Typ 15, Volkswagen 1302 Typ13, Volkswagen 1303 Typ13, Volkswagen Cabriolet Typ 14

<< ATS | ATS Classic 4538 ATS Classic 5032 ATS Classic 5033 A ATS Classic 5033 B ATS Classic 5035 ATS Classic 5105 ATS Classic 5125 ATS Classic 5132 A ATS Classic 5132 B ATS Classic 5513.1 A ATS Classic 5513.1 B ATS Classic 5515 ATS Classic 5515.1 ATS Classic 5554 ATS Classic 6134 A ATS Classic 6134 B ATS Classic 6134 C ATS Classic 6134.2 ATS Classic 61430 ATS Classic 6145 ATS Classic 7036 ATS Classic 7053 ATS Classic 7135 ATS Classic 7135 ET0 ATS Classic 7135 ET3 ATS Classic 7145 ATS Classic 8031 ATS Classic 9531
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Looks like they same wheel for both models.
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