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Show me those Artillery Wheels

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by DirtyDave, Apr 22, 2013.

  1. Mine are painted, mounted and sporting baby moons..........

    Hopefully your pictures will look better than mine.
     

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  2. Dave Mc
    Joined: Mar 8, 2011
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    Wheelsmiths
     

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  3. Studebricker
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    Those are cool. Been thinking about a set for my 50. Is that some kind of design no-no for later cars?
     
  4. good question!
    From the lack of responses may be a design no-no period?
     

  5. Mine...... & Frank's.

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  6. Dougsclassic
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    Here are my 15x5-1/2 Artilleries, that were introduced as an accessory for Chevrolet in 1937.
     

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  7. NEWFISHER
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  8. harley rider
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    these are on a 40 chevy I just bought. why are they called artillery wheels?
     

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  9. Dave Mc
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    They got that name during World War 1 , as the armies used them on Cannons and Supply Trucks
     
  10. VSO737
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  11. 36DodgeRam
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    Here is the stock wheel and hubcap from my '36 Dodge pickup.
     

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  12. TBAGN
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    any artillerys for sale 15z preferd for my 37 chevy thanks
     
  13. Coker Tire has new ones
    Order wheels get free powdercoat!
     
  14. lucky-13
    Joined: Feb 28, 2011
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    modern take on artillery wheels
    [​IMG]
     
  15. Interesting!
     
  16. hemifarris
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    Nice truck........
     
  17. vendetta
    Joined: Mar 22, 2007
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    mine-the centres are off an old aftermarket wheel that a tyre company(unsure which) used to make.they have been mated to modern tubeless rims and had a smoothed centre section added in as well.i just need to stop getting side tracked building drag race bikes and build my 34 pickup to put them on!
     

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