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Don't press your luck!

Sure, you know how to work on old trucks. Or maybe you're just starting in the hobby. Either way, safety is best learned through OPM (Other Peoples' Mistakes), not OJT!

Either as newly discovered wisdom, or a refresher, please read this article and live safely with your old truck!


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#1163689 Tue May 03 2016 10:57 PM
Joined: Jun 2010
Posts: 545
Looking for one 15x 51/2 wheel with
6 lug any out there
Looking for the ones that were on
1960's pickup
Thanks keith

keithfielder #1163709 Wed May 04 2016 01:29 AM
Joined: Dec 2011
Posts: 154
With clips? W/O clips?
delky dave in WY

1957, 3100, v8
1990 Suburban
keithfielder #1163730 Wed May 04 2016 02:57 AM
Joined: Sep 2011
Posts: 2,753
I just dug out my set of 5 wheels. They are correct for my 1965 and have the 3 bumps and no clips. Shipping might be high. I no longer need them. They need to be media blasted.

keithfielder #1163752 Wed May 04 2016 07:24 AM
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Sir Searchalot
Clips til about 63, then nubs in 64 up.

keithfielder #1164129 Fri May 06 2016 03:26 PM
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Posts: 154
keithfielder--So, are you searching for one with clips or without clips??

1957, 3100, v8
1990 Suburban
keithfielder #1164151 Fri May 06 2016 06:25 PM
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Posts: 545
Without clips ,just nubs

keithfielder #1164710 Tue May 10 2016 04:51 PM
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Shop Shark
I have a 5"...seems like all the other stock rims I've had are 6".


If you can't fix it with a hammer and screwdriver, you need a bigger hammer.
1965 Chevy C10

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