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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Satyr, Apr 10, 2018.

  1. Satyr
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    My Uncle (who passed 20 years ago) gave these rims to my brother who just gave them to me. I have no idea what they are from, seems like I thought something was said about a 1930 Chevy pickup, just can't remember after all these years. Can anyone help? thanks y'all.. wheel1.jpg
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  2. redo32
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    Yep. Looks like a Chevy 6 bolt pattern to me. I'm sure a Chevy expert will be along and ask what size tire fits to nail down the year. I know Fords... Model A's were 20" and 19". '32's were 18". 33-4 were 17" and '35's were 16". Don't know if Chev followed .
     
  3. 325w
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    1935 Chevy I think.
     
  4. Stogy
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    I'm far from an expert but if you look closely there may be data stamped on to the rim or hub.
     
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  5. 302GMC
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    18'' '33 Chev Master or Eagle ..
     
  6. Model "A"s were 21" and 19"
     
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  7. Satyr
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    These are 20", could not find any data stamped anywhere on them. Thanks for all the help so far...
     
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  8. 302GMC
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    OK then ... if you get a 20'' measurement, then they have to be '30 or '31 Chev which are 19''.
    Measure the inside flange of the rim.
     
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  9. Satyr
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    19" inside the flange. Thank you for the help, it is much appreciated!
     

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