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Old 12-26-2004, 07:59 PM
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1964 barracuda wheel pattern

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I have a set of 4 1/2" to 5" wheels but they will not fit onto the barracuda the wheel pattern is alot smaller. Does anyone know what the pattern size is and what wheels will interchange. It is a 1964 barracuda with a 273 V8 Atuo five lug. Thanks!

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Should be 5 on 4.5 inch. I remember back in those days you could put a dodge/plymouth wheel on a ford but a ford wheel would not fit dodge /plymouth the reasion was the center hole on plymouth/dodge was bigger than the ford wheel was but was same bolt patteren.
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Valiant, Dart, Barracuda all used a 5 on 4 1/4" bolt pattern in the early years. This made it hard to get custom wheels for them. I can still remember the sad faces!
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Bob, Your right I had a brain fart and thinking of full size dodge/plymouths. it happen when your over 50
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The only thing I remember about the P;ymouths is working my butt off trying to get the lugs off of (passenger side?) the wheels. Good 'ole L.H. threads
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Thanks alot on the wheel size.
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cuda wheel pattern

hello,your cuda,if still original axles & hubs,they are a 5 on 4" lug pattern,big block dart.com,usually has rally wheels that were original for a lot of pre 68 cars,that had this pattern,until they changed to 5 on 4 1/2 ,just my input,i have been a mopar guy for 25 years,thanks
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That's right! Only 4" pattern.Used on small cars up to '72.I remember there was a business called Wheel Adapters that had a million combinations to fit wheels even to a flying disc.
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