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15" X 4.5" Steel Rim, 4.5" Bolt Pattern

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Candy-Man, Oct 13, 2010.

  1. Candy-Man
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    Any thoughts which vehicles had a 15" X 4.5" steel rim with a 5 X 4.5" bolt pattern ?

    Rim has to be steel (space saver spare rim would be fine as well), Moon Discs will be on each rim.

    Thanks......
     
  2. need louvers ?
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    The only thing I can think of is late fifties or early sixties Rambler. They might have used them as late as about '64 or '65 or so.
     
  3. brandon
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    gotta watch the rambler and some of the ford skinny steelies. the center hub area is a small diameter.
     
  4. Candy-Man
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    I am thinking maybe the mid-90's space saver rim for a Ford Ranger ?
     

  5. badsco
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    That is a very common bolt pattern, especially on imports (Honda, Toyota). Your problem will be the offset - you probably dont want a FWD offset wheel. Space savers for 90's thru 2000's Fords - Crown Vic's and Mustang would be a good starting point to get that rim width. Trucks and SUV's I found all have full size spares. I also noticed that the space savers in newer years (2000 up from my observations) started using 16" and larger wheels to clear bigger brakes, so stay away from those.
     
  6. pm Von Rigg Fink he might still have 2 15 x 4 1/2 rims with that bolt pattern...
     
  7. BenD
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    47-8 and maybe beyond Mopar products.
     
  8. porkshop
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    from Clovis Ca

    Early studabaker had them.
     
  9. yup those are the rims i sold to von rigg fink
     
  10. Atwater Mike
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    '49-'50 Ford 6 cyl passenger car. (some were 16", but there were 15")
     
  11. Killer
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    late 40's/early 50's Nash.
     
  12. Heo
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    Volvo 444. 544. 210 and amazon both 4 and 4.5 with
     
  13. Von Rigg Fink
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    from Garage

  14. Deano
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    I got a set off a Scotty camper, most small campers have narrow rims.
     
  15. Candy-Man
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    Excellent. I was looking at some space saver rims, however; the offset as stated above, is wicked, FWD rims..... Will attend a different wrecking yard tomorrow for RWD Fords......
     

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