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Old 27-03-20, 18:49
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Default Satisfaction is knowing the intricate details

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Thank you, I do get your point, though the other side, the satisfaction is knowing the intricate details of how it was built, even though I may never be able to do it myself...
I recognise that and you are to be recommended for getting the details right
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Old 28-03-20, 07:21
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The there are the 18" six-stud Inter wheels. Just to add to the mix...

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Old 28-03-20, 18:43
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Default Dave .........

Your tire may not be filed with concrete the rim/tire combination weights in around 160 pounds.....maybe more with run flat.....

Mounting the spare tire into the HUP side wall bracket is a two healthy men job.......

If concrete filled you will have a bitch of time removing the tire casing unless you use a grinder wheel into the side wall and expect lots of blue rubber smoke Phew!!!!!!

Stay healthy.

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Old 28-03-20, 20:27
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Default 16" 8 Bolt Split Rims for 1.5 ton Trucks...

And maybe these super rare 5 bolt 18" on a Ford but I don't want to get off topic..
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Old 29-03-20, 17:54
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Default Follow up tp m post #44

found the pictures of a British made rim that floated to Canada???
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Old 29-03-20, 21:37
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Default 16" 8 Bolt Split Rims for 1.5 ton Trucks...

Beauty, but from the photos it sure looks thinner than 5/16" Amazing how deceiving it can be... The new solid blanks are 0.187 or 3/16" considerably thinner but with a 3/8" flange...
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