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Author Subject: Gti6 Alloy Wheel Nut
stontamar

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Location: Dunfermline

Registered: 19 May 2016

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Post #1
Trying to find a replacement wheel nut for the one that was stolen off my car. Can anyone please help with an original nut or advise if there are suitable alternatives to fit the Alloys fitted to the Phase 3 Gti6's.

Cheers
stontamar

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Dave Mallinson
Posted 11th Mar 2019 at 10:39
rudolf

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Location: Skelmersdale

Registered: 07 Apr 2004

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Post #2
They're wheel bolts lol

Phase 2 and 3 have different Cyclone alloys, tapered or flat.

There's plenty on ebay

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Posted 11th Mar 2019 at 14:47
Ben_W

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Post #3
If it's a flat seat bolt, I've a load that are coming off this Citroen I'm breaking. Cover the post and I'll send you one.

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Posted 11th Mar 2019 at 19:10
stontamar

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Post #4
Cheers very kind thank you. From previous reply not sure if its the flat type fitted to a Phase 3 Gti6. My e-mail address is stontamar@sky.com

Regards
stontamar

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Dave Mallinson
Posted 11th Mar 2019 at 19:30
Ben_W

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Post #5
Dave, can you remove one of the others and have a look at it. It will be very obvious if it's a flat seat or tapered seat bolt.

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Posted 11th Mar 2019 at 21:13
stontamar

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Post #6
Cheers will do car away today but will check it as soon as possible.

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Dave Mallinson
Posted 12th Mar 2019 at 09:27
Rich E Forum Admin

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Post #7
Changeover was May 2000 so roughly halfway through phase 3 production.

Early cyclones will only take the early bolt. Later cyclones will take both types of bolt.

The early bolt is chrome plated with no cap whereas the later bolt is not and has (or at least should have) a trim cap over the top.

Of course at this age it's pot luck as to whether or not the car is still on its original wheels.

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Rich
Posted 12th Mar 2019 at 13:23
stan_306gti6 Forum Admin

Location: Kent

Registered: 18 Jan 2004

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Post #8
quote:
[quote="Rich E"]Changeover was May 2000 so roughly halfway through phase 3 production.

Early cyclones will only take the early bolt. Later cyclones will take both types of bolt.

The early bolt is chrome plated with no cap whereas the later bolt is not and has (or at least should have) a trim cap over the top.

Of course at this age it's pot luck as to whether or not the car is still on its original wheels.


I never knew the design of the cyclones changed during production...every day's a school day. Cool

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Posted 13th Mar 2019 at 20:32
stontamar

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Post #9
Thanks to all who have replied to this thread. Will have a chance at the weekend to inspect and get a photo of the type of bokts fitted to my Gti6.

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Dave Mallinson
Posted 14th Mar 2019 at 08:16
stontamar

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Post #10
Have extract one wheel bolt and its the flat type. So not sure its the alloy is the earlier or later type but will fit with the same type. Ben W if you still have a spare would be grateful to purchase one from you. My e-mail address is stontamar@sky.com

Once again thanks for all the replies.

Regards

Dave

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Dave Mallinson
Posted 16th Mar 2019 at 12:02

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