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Difference between standard o2 steelie and tii steelie?

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I know that most of the later 02's 74,75,76 had I believe 5x13 steel wheels. I want to say that the tii's had the same thing. Wold like to get a correct wheel (albeit a stock steelie) back on my tii. Tell me that there WASN't a difference on the tii wheel please, otherwise it will be something other than a OEM wheel.

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...for your '74 tii, contact me off board.

The '72 and '73 tiis had disk wheels that were 5" wide. They looked just like the 4.5" non-tii wheels and used the standard 2002 hubcap.

Delia Wolfe

'73tii

Inka (aka "Orange Julius")

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4.5jx13 plain steel wheels: all 1600s and carbureted 2002s thru the end of 1973.

5jx13 plain steel wheels: 72-73 tii's

5jx13 styled (slotted) steel wheels: all 74-76, carbureted and tii

5jx13 alloy wheels (early CS coupe style): 70-73 cars--dealer installed option/accessory

5jx13 alloy wheels ("soup plate" style): 74-76 cars; could be factory ordered or dealer installed.

BTW, Turbos came with slotted 5.5jx13 steel wheels (like 320 wheels but with the proper '02 offset) as standard, and 6jx13 soup plate alloys as an option.

Cheers

Mike

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