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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 23-09-2019, 15:30 Thread Starter
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2019 Ducato wheel fitment

Here's a quick and hopefully easy question - the new Pilote I'm about to collect (which is presumably on a CCS x290 chassis) has no spare provided, which I don't like ( I got one for the previous Dethleffs we had and kept it in the garage). Are the wheel fitments for recent Ducatos all the same, or are there variants for 15inch wheels (215/70 R15 CP Michelin Agilis Camping tyres)? I know that some vans have 16 inch wheels. Many of the spare wheels I'm seeing online seem to 6J, 5 x 118pcd - are they all that fitment?
Thanks if you can help me out - I just want to get on with ordering one (to help suppress my excitement - it'll be the first brand new vehicle we've ever owned. That pension was worth paying into after all!)
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Welcome to the forum Keith. I understand your excitement!

Can't answer your Q tho. Neither of the 2 new vans I had, had the spare wheel but I made sure it was added. And had cause to be grateful with the last MH.

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Welcome to the forum Keith. I understand your excitement!

Can't answer your Q tho. Neither of the 2 new vans I had, had the spare wheel but I made sure it was added. And had cause to be grateful with the last MH.
Thanks for your reply, Jean. I think I've got the details for the spare pinned down now and I can get one off Ebay for just over 200, so better than the 500 odd that Fiat dealer wants for one!

Excitement is building and I'm guilty of thinking ahead too much and wanting to buy stuff for it, before we even have it in our hands! Mirror guards next on the list ...
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wanting to buy stuff for it, before we even have it in our hands! Mirror guards next on the list ... [IMG class=inlineimg]/images/MotorhomeFacts_2014/smilies/tango_face_smile.png[/IMG]
I think you're wise to hold off on that Keith (tho I think mirror guards are a sensible buy (don't have them myself!))

Apart from the basics (EHU, continental adapters, hose for water filling) you might want to find out by experience what you actually need. People's home garages are full of stuff they THOUGHT they needed but never used.
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