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hey fellas I had another idea for my plow machine for the snow next years snow season.Does any one know if Chevy five lug rims fit the wheel horse five lug hubs?

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The only Gm's I can think of are front wheel drive, W body, like monty carlo, grand prix, lumina, some of the mini vans, and I think the H body, deta 88's, bonivilles, some caddys, and more I'm sure but as I said they a front drivers, so they have alot of offset, but the spare tires have less, but are narrower.

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Oh ya AMC and some Chy. products use that bolt pattern.

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Anyone have a picture of car rims on a WH? Wouldnt a set of aluminum slots look great :omg: !

Mike........

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Worst part is backspacing, most car rims are 3.75-4.25" . Most WH rims I've measured are 1 3/8" to 2" for later models . There are custom steelies out there mostly made for offroad stuff, got a set of 2" backspaced US Wheel D spokes on my old Sami , 15x8" .

Sarge

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In a old post a guy had GM alum. front driver wheels on his horse, had to take the fenders off.

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maybe you could bolt some steel ones on backwards off from a front drive car and put hubcaps on them to hide the backwards wheel :omg:

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I had a pic of some Jeep (chrysler) after market wheels on a Cub 100. 31x10.50x15's on A/R 15x8 wheels. I'll try to dig up a pic!

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Yea, most modern Jeeps run 5 on 4 1/2's.

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My dad's old wheel horse 1054 has 15 inch -five lug car wheels with snow tires (I think they are Ford) on a 1054.

The four lug 1054 hubs have a modification of a new hole drilled to accept a third lug. Only three lug bolts hold this wheel and tire on - and he has been using this tractor for 25 years!

Note the rear fenders have been cropped to accomodate the bigger wheels and tires.

Here is a Decem :omg: ber 2008 photo:

http://i728.photobucket.com/albums/ww284/L.../100_1645-1.jpg

Here is photo after a recent repaint job:

http://i728.photobucket.com/albums/ww284/L...nger104/018.jpg

And here is one of the 15 inch wheel and three lugs on the 1054:

http://i728.photobucket.com/albums/ww284/L...nger104/020.jpg

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