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  • Jerry Forrester
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    Originally posted by Wrydog View Post
    So, maybe not studebaker wheels? The wheels are on a I believe home made tractor. It has a 10 bolt rear axle. Looks kinda like a gm 10 bolt. But only the rear cover looks gm. It has the 4 bolt wheels as well. Any thoughts on what might have the 4 bolts on a 10 bolt?
    Chevy Vega.

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  • Wrydog
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    So, maybe not studebaker wheels? The wheels are on a I believe home made tractor. It has a 10 bolt rear axle. Looks kinda like a gm 10 bolt. But only the rear cover looks gm. It has the 4 bolt wheels as well. Any thoughts on what might have the 4 bolts on a 10 bolt?

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  • Wrydog
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    Those 16 inch 4 bolt 4 inch circle rims must have all been scrapped for the war! I can’t find them. I was trying to get the right side wheel off for a couple days. Would not budge. Then I read on here some stude’s had Reverse threads, went out and checked, sure enough came right off.

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  • NCDave51
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    My ‘41 Nash 600 Slipstream had the 16” 4 bolt rims, perhaps a 4” wide bead width?

    I get the sense that plenty of pre-war companies used a 16” x 4 bolt rim.

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  • Wrydog
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    Thanks studerich.

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  • StudeRich
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    Hello Kevin, Welcome to the SDC and to the SDC Forum!

    The 1947 to 1950 Studebaker Champions used a 4 Bolt wheel, but it was a 15 Inch.

    I believe Pre-War and 1946 Champions used 16 Inch 4 Lug Wheels, but I do not know the Bolt spacing.
    All of course, would be very narrow 4 to 5 Inch.

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  • Wrydog
    started a topic Wheels / Tires: 16 inch 4 bolt wheels

    16 inch 4 bolt wheels

    Hi. Anybody ever hear of 16 inch 4 x 4 bolt steel wheels or know of a source for them?
    Thanks
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