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    My apologies if this had been covered before, but can anyone give me interchanges for a 1060 Champ pickup? My brother in the UK needs a spare, and I'm hoping they can find one there and save me the shipping.

    Thanks in advance!

    Pat

    If there's anything more important than my ego running around I want it caught and shot now.

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    Pat,

    What little I know FOR SURE (regarding this[V]) is that the steel wheels off the '75 Lincoln Town car (the steel ones - not the optional alloy ones) fit up perfect. But there's also some 70s Caddy and 70s-80s GM Van wheels that work too. Ya gotta have that "5-on-5" lug pattern and that special, center, deep-dish effect to sit flat on those Champ drums.
    If I had one of JDP's Hollander books for 1975, I could cross-ref that '75 Linc wheel and see if there's other uses for it.

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