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AEC Split Rim Wheel Centres for RM's

Please could I ask the experts on here if they recognise the Dunlop part number (23392) that is stamped on a pair of shallow nine inch offset AEC wheel centres that I've acquired recently. I've also ended up with one more centre with a 9.75 inch offset, also with the extra "AEC" holes, but no visible part number that I can see? I've been asked by a Routemaster owner if they are suitable for his bus, which I'm sure they would be on the front, with such a shallow offset. Thanks.

My bus number (if any): None that begin with RM...

Re: AEC Split Rim Wheel Centres for RM's

"Thin" offset wheel are for RT and RF for cross-ply tyres. I wouldn't suggest mxing bits off different wheels, I've been tod all 3 parts should be kept together as a matching set. Unless abybody know different.

My bus number (if any): RML2532