What is actually a Load report for rims? What is it needed for and is a Load report with a ABE or a Parts approval to equate? A Load report is usually only for original rims from vehicle manufacturers needed. Accessory rims from third-party usually come with a Parts approval or at best with one ABE delivered. These documents are sufficient to either have an entry made or the rims directly without registration to be allowed to drive. For original rims, for example from VW- the Audi (of course also for everyone else like BMW, Ford, Mercedes, Opel & Co.) there is none ABE or other TÜV certificates. As already mentioned, this only applies Accessory rims to. Therefore an OEM rim has to be from a Test organization like that TÜV or the Dekra always by individual acceptance be registered.
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Unfortunately the test engineers in the Handling the decrease like big Differences depending on the rim, vehicle and test engineer. Sometimes it is enough to have one Original catalog presents in which a certain OEM rim on a vehicle, that is harder is mapped. That would be a Audi A6 Catalog with an illustrated and for the A6 also available ex works one way to get the Suitability of the load to be able to prove. The examiner should then have no problem with this aluminum wheel for one Audi A3 or an A4, or a correspondingly unbranded make of a smaller series, if of course the circumstances with regard to the Freedom of movement, The Pitch circle diameter & Co. are available. But if you want the A3 / A4 rim on one A6 drive, then it will be fine more difficult. Here it helps Load certificate to be requested by the manufacturer. This can usually be done in writing by post, e-mail or fax. In this load certificate is then the maximum load the rim shown. If the desired vehicle exceeds this load capacity nicht, is a registration the rim with this certificate usually possible. Attention: Many manufacturers are currently not sending any - for whatever reason Load certificate more.
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