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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 10-31-2019, 04:15 PM
 
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I really don't know
I just thought they might be an avenue worth investigating

big question is if they are highway legal and safe
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Yes some of them do and no they're not legal for highway use on anything other than tractors and such. Not meant for more than 50 km/h.

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Every one I've spoken to at the yard says they just use a radial and tube, or swap rear ends or hubs to get a more common wheel, any ideas what bolts up .
 
 
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At first thought, anything up to 1997. More in depth research would need to be done for a hub swap. Do you know which rear axle you have and what type of front axle you have?

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Following!this seems like a very interesting thread
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my advice would be to ditch the split rims..

I worked at an auto wreckers one summer
a couple of months before I started a guy in the tire shop had a little accident with a split rim on the tire machine
- 2 - 3 months later the blood stain , a BIG one was still on the ceiling above the tire machine
we referred to it as "bruce's" face..as there was quite a bit of it up there..

that said here's some discussion on the topic of new tires on your old rims
hope it helps

https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/...t-rims.870131/
nice advice
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Hey, thanks for the insights. I'm in search of new wheels at 4wheelonline to replace my current stock. Though I haven't figure out if will stick with the tires currently installed or have it change altogether with the rims.
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