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1920s Citroen Wheels

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The Michelin (French) and the Dunlop (English) wheels are almost identical except for the brand stamped into the wheel centre. They come with both beaded edge (Clincher) and well base rims. The one thing to watch out for is that while they were both four stud (bolt), the early Michelin may have a different spacing of the bolt holes. Both were fitted to Citroen 5CV. The wheels fitted to my early 1923 5CV had the closer bolt pattern but the wheels on my 1924 5CV had the wider spacing. There were several makes of both French & English light cars used the similar wheels. 



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