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normsclassicradio
Posted 2020-05-01 1:57 PM (#597597)
Subject: Early 60's 15 inch wheel



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I want to use the large format poverty caps that came stock on my 1964 880. I can find the later wheels with the smaller center any day of the week. Anyone in the Northern Rockies have a set I could buy?
Norm
Kalispell, MT

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NicksGarage
Posted 2020-05-01 3:48 PM (#597601 - in reply to #597597)
Subject: RE: Early 60's 15 inch wheel



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normsclassicradio - 2020-05-01 10:57 AM

I want to use the large format poverty caps that came stock on my 1964 880. I can find the later wheels with the smaller center any day of the week. Anyone in the Northern Rockies have a set I could buy?
Norm
Kalispell, MT


I'll be curious to see what you find. I got A-100 van wheels to use on my '64 440 wagon but they wouldn't fit over the disc brakes I added from a 1973 Dodge Dart. I tried finding some from an early disc brake C-body but didn't have any luck.

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normsclassicradio
Posted 2020-05-29 6:39 PM (#598968 - in reply to #597597)
Subject: RE: Early 60's 15 inch wheel



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I found a set on a A-100 pickup. See the poverty cap posting..
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Powerflite
Posted 2020-05-29 10:15 PM (#598980 - in reply to #597597)
Subject: Re: Early 60's 15 inch wheel



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You can take later disc brake wheels and weld 1/2" round spacers to the nubs that hold the poverty caps on. Then mount your larger caps to the spacers. Works great.



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normsclassicradio
Posted 2020-06-01 3:54 PM (#599070 - in reply to #598980)
Subject: Re: Early 60's 15 inch wheel



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Powerflite - 2020-05-29 8:15 PM

You can take later disc brake wheels and weld 1/2" round spacers to the nubs that hold the poverty caps on. Then mount your larger caps to the spacers. Works great.


Wow, great idea! That opens up a large pool of wheel sizes and offsets. The A100 wheels work ok, but are on the narrow side.
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