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10 Lug Chevy 8.75" pattern tube type wheels

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The front doesn't use all 10 studs on those does it, if it does and you've looked all over already you may have to have those centers taken out and put into a tubeless or lock ring wheel, i don't know if Stockton wheel is still in business but they used to do that type of work.


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Hey guys came across this site in my search for a replacement for these wheels or some used ones I need 2 of them to replace the widow makers on the front.
They are 20" 10 lug on 8.75 from the 1968 Chevy C40 1.5 ton
I have been going crazy trying to chase parts for this thing. Right now my need is wheels.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
I have a thread going on stove bold.com and followed all the leads but have come up with nothing. I'm doing all the work myself on this build and don't have a million dollar budget but I'm not looking to cheap out either.
Thanks again
Jeff

Forgot to add I'm in Bakersfield, CA
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Ball piloted, yes. I was showing the different disc designs and that they have two different manufacturer names on the same wheel.

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I don't think those orange rims are piloted on the hub like those in the Chevy pictures. I think they are located by the taper on the lug nuts. At lest that's the way the old Fords were.


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From what I have read and seen some of the wheels, the acual disc, were made by one company, i.e. Motor Wheel and the rims could be by Budd. My truck has a mix of Budd, Firestone Badyear and M.W., note the photos.http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/11d42b9a-3e65-45a9-838a-381f.jpghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/705b53b3-6034-4728-9962-019b.jpghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/07b754a9-a570-4fe8-bc39-5bd4.jpghttp://forums.justoldtrucks.com/uploads/images/44062d70-7400-4e2c-adc9-3af1.jpg

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The rims in that picture are tubetype, easyer to tell on the rear than the front, but they are tubetype all the way around.
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Did you look thru the pdf file in the document library I posted a link to earlier in this thread?

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Can anyone direct me to a photo of my type of wheel disassebled?  That way I can figure out how to break it down.  Mine is a complete ring with no splits.
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The lock ring has 2 slots ,or cut out areas to make 'em removable from the rim.   The machined slots make it very similar to the 2 piece rim that's split between the beads circumferiencly.


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