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Pedrini Wheels

I found a set of Pedrini wheels marked 914 361 013 00 and the center hub hole is tapered (from the inside looking out). Anyone know if these will fit on a '74? Thanks for the help.
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Not really, on the front. See my reply in the other recent "wheels" thread.
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You can get them machined to fit, might want to do all four or five so you are not stuck if you get a flat on the front. I have four of the 00, one of the 01 wheels myself that I need to do that and refinish.
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Thanks for the info. I found a shop in Dallas that turned the center slightly and the 00 wheels now fit just fine...it can be done. Bad news is $60 per wheel. I'll be carrying the steel wheel and lugs for the spare.
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