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Spare Wheel Holder CUPPINI
for 8" rim, closed, rear,
for Vespa 125 VM
w/o mounting material
Whether on a tour or simply in town – a flat tyre can happen at any time and anywhere. In order to be prepared for such a surprise, we recommend you ride with a spare wheel.
Of course, a spare wheel holder is required for this. There are different varieties available. The spare wheel can be mounted into the front part of the floor board, parallel to the floor board or simply at the tail of the Vespa. The holders are also available in different colour finishes. When buying, care must not only be taken with regard to the correct model but also the size and the type of rim, i.e. whether the rim is open or closed. Unless otherwise marked, the nuts and bolts for the mounting of the spare wheel holder must be ordered separately. The spare wheel holders for the front floor are easy to mount. Previously prefabricated threads are available in the chassis. Simply bolt down and you're finished.
The delivery package includes the rubber chassis and the fixing material in order to bolt down the spare wheel.
Spare Wheel Holder rear
In addition to luggage carriers with a spare wheel holder, we can also offer a single spare wheel holder. For installation, a luggage rack is required which is already installed in serial production in the case of many models. Affixing takes places either under and/or directly on the luggage rack.
In order to meet the requirement of offering a complete range of products, we also stock a rear spare wheel holder for models in ranges whose spare wheel is located under the side panel in serial production. These do not come from Italy and are unfortunately only available in ECO quality.
Please note the equipment information, some spare wheel holders are supplied without affixing nuts or screws.
SIP TIP: The rims are affixed to the spare wheel holder using M8 nuts. However, pike nuts or acorn nuts look more attractive!
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