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Old 01-11-2012, 04:04 AM
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'41 chevy wheel interchange

Does anyone happen to know if the stock wheels /tires off anything fairly current that might be found in a regular boneyard will fit on a '41 sedan with the same bolt pattern ?

not looking to put anything on permanantly, we just need some tires that hold air to move the carcass we are working on out of the field to get it up where we can work on it and they are having a half price sale at the pick-n-pull I'm sure they have plenty of tires i could pop on the old rims, but I want to have them freed up so we can sandblast them and spend some time getting them fixed up right, so it would be nice to find some mounted tires we could just slap on there.

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pretty sure Chevy pickup rims with 6 lug will fit. '60's to current, and there were a lot that ran 15" wheels in the '60's- the 80's
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pretty sure Chevy pickup rims with 6 lug will fit. '60's to current, and there were a lot that ran 15" wheels in the '60's- the 80's
That looks like a good place to start. It looks like they both have 6x5.5 bolt pattern and I should be in luck, they usually leave the wheels on the pickups ( they wholesale out most of the car wheels )
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also toyota 4x4 and nissan 6 lug are the same pattern
just watch out for too much backspacing or any center bore/hub problems
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also toyota 4x4 and nissan 6 lug are the same pattern
just watch out for too much backspacing or any center bore/hub problems
Great! That gives a few more options. THere's always tons of Japanese stuff in there, might actually be some nice looking stock wheels on those things. Off to get the earlybird day of the half off weekend
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Well, I came up empty handed at the one yard, but on a whim, I dropped by another that I never go to and they had a Honda4x4 with the same mounting pattern and the tire size and wheel offset are all perfect , and to top it off, it's a full set of 5 pretty nice looking steel wheels that might be worth painting up and keeping
Found them right at closing time so have to go back first thing in the morning to pick them up. Not bad, $100 for the set with decent rubber .
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