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10 Lug Chevy 8.75" pattern tube type wheels

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Geoff Weeks
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You would be looking for a 22.5" not a 20.5", no such thing. I just checked Accurides wheel catalog and the only 10 bolt 8 3/4 bolt circle they now list is a 17.5" rim. They have discontinued a lot of rims over the last time I looked.
  Are you sure of you measurements?
  The 20" rims wouldn't be a deal killer for me, I am run 20" stud pilot right now. Hankook makes a good tire in the 10.00x R20 size that I am very happy with. AH-11 is the tire model. They require a rim of no less then 7" width, however, and sit best on a 7.5 or 8" rim. What width are the current rims?
 I would have thought by 1985 they would be the std 10 on 11.75 bolt circle with a 8.72 center hole?
 



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I am trying to get a 1985 GMC C60 going and am wanting to go over to tubeless tires before spending a lot of money on the project.  It presently has 20" tube type wheels, so I am looking for 20.5" tubeless wheels.  My question is 'what all vehicles use that wheel?' so I can question the salvage yards intelligently. 


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