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Will wheels fit.... #1270342 Tue Jun 26 2018 05:16 PM
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Jim60 Offline OP
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Does anyone know if my 15" six bolt wheels will fit on a 57 Chev Truck?

Thanks Jim

Last edited by Jim60; Tue Jun 26 2018 09:01 PM. Reason: Removed reference to wheels fitting a car
Re: Will wheels fit.... [Re: Jim60] #1270353 Tue Jun 26 2018 07:19 PM
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Justhorsenround Offline
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What size truck? If 1/2 they might fit if the center hole is the right size.🛠


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Re: Will wheels fit.... [Re: Jim60] #1270362 Tue Jun 26 2018 08:59 PM
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Jim60 Offline OP
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1957 3100 ….. wheels are currently off my 53 3100 someone wants to buy them, needs to know if they will fit his truck....

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Re: Will wheels fit.... [Re: Jim60] #1270363 Tue Jun 26 2018 09:22 PM
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Re: Will wheels fit.... [Re: Jim60] #1270373 Tue Jun 26 2018 10:28 PM
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John Milliman Offline
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There is this thing called a "Tape Measure" ... maybe it would help here? wave


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Re: Will wheels fit.... [Re: Jim60] #1270376 Tue Jun 26 2018 11:08 PM
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Or - - - -you could just try to bolt one on- - - - -

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Re: Will wheels fit.... [Re: Jim60] #1270403 Wed Jun 27 2018 02:46 AM
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Jim60 Offline OP
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sorry for the misunderstanding....I'm selling the wheels long distance, …….I would bolt one on if I could.....

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Re: Will wheels fit.... [Re: Jim60] #1270414 Wed Jun 27 2018 09:53 AM
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We're just havin fun blush


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Re: Will wheels fit.... [Re: Jim60] #1270426 Wed Jun 27 2018 12:24 PM
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Justhorsenround Offline
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Jim, the more info you can provide in your initial post about what you are trying to do will cut down on the amount of fun our resident jokers, myself included, will have. Sometimes trying to be brief or with holding information in an attempt to sneak something through (car questions) can come back to bite your backside.

To provide more information as far as your question goes............. the bolt pattern will be the same. Center hole and offset/back spacing is still a question the buyer will want answered. Good luck with your sale.
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'47 Chevy 3100 5 Window (long term project)


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Re: Will wheels fit.... [Re: Jim60] #1270429 Wed Jun 27 2018 12:39 PM
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Jim
Don't let John and Jerry scare you away, they are just a little rough around the edges.
Some things they take for granted and think everyone knows it already.

Try this info on how to measure wheel bolt circle.
https://www.etrailer.com/faq-wheel-bolt-pattern.aspx

The center hub hole is also important and it's diameter should be measured and compared to the buyers hub.
Also the bolt hole diameter.

Don


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