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Technical Need some help ID some wheels

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by ssaza25, Jun 18, 2021.

  1. ssaza25
    Joined: Jun 20, 2010
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    ssaza25
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    from arizona

    I had these wheels laying around for some time, thinking they were American D spokes, newer ones. Today I got into them and there isn't a name on the back side and they are 2 piece rims welded together. The center D spokes are casted while the rim itself is aluminum. Anyone might know who made them? They are 15" by 7", ford bolt pattern. Center cap may be pressed in as there isn't any screw hole for the center cap. Thank in advance. 997A6092-2BFF-410D-9BD7-A501EE7E8CF3.jpeg 0BD9E7BE-CF33-4DBE-A560-16BF69F462BB.jpeg
     
  2. oldiron 440
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    oldiron 440
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    They look like Americans about 1990.
     
  3. landseaandair
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    from phoenix

    Most likely PS Engineering. They make a one and two piece Torq Thrust D style wheel.
     
  4. ssaza25
    Joined: Jun 20, 2010
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    ssaza25
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    from arizona

    Matt-- You nailed it, They had new road racing goodyear tires on them.
     
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  5. landseaandair
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    I remembered them because I thought about putting them on a Chevy II a while back and they could do a custom backspace. Looked better than the modern American D spoke and had shank lugs.
     
  6. Theys is round ones!:D

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