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Old 10-09-2007, 10:55 AM
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what kind of wheels are these?

A Buddy of mine bought a mid 90's ChooChoo Customs PU that has a "Aftermarket Dualie" set up under the rear .

We have not taken it apart yet . but we are wondering what kind of wheel this is so he can get a spare or do away with them & put some "fatties " back there.


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Old 10-09-2007, 09:19 PM
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Looks like a five lug Budd wheel. You should be able to get them at most truck parts stores.
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I don't know if its just the picture, but it sure looks like them wheel studs are far apart. Like the Wide 5's circle track race cars use, I know you can buy a plate to run W-5's on any bolt pattern.

Maybe its just the picture, but thats what it looks like to me.


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they look kinda neat, but what they are sure beats me...
URO.. unidentified rolling object.
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they look kinda neat, but what they are sure beats me...
URO.. unidentified rolling object.


Sometime you really make me wonder...after I pick myself off the floor from laughng.




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It must be the irish in me.. good sense of humor. Helps me preserve my sanity working at my job (monotonous factory work).
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