Sandbarfarm31

Wanted - 2 Mopar 16” Wire wheels 5 X 4.5

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I need 2 16 inch wire wheels that came on 1933 , 34  Plymouth and Dodge cars.  Believe they were made by Kelsey Hayes and were 5 bolt x 4.5 in pattern.  Need a pair but would take singles. Thanks! PM me. 

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On 7/22/2018 at 4:44 AM, knobless said:

Where are you located?

 

LOL, The wheels you picture are 17"

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On 7/19/2018 at 6:24 PM, Sandbarfarm31 said:

I need 2 16 inch wire wheels that came on 1933 , 34  Plymouth and Dodge cars.  Believe they were made by Kelsey Hayes and were 5 bolt x 4.5 in pattern.  Need a pair but would take singles. Thanks! PM me. 

Don't know why people post for "wanted" items without a photo but anyhow here a photo of a NOS wheel. It fits 1933-34 Plymouth and Dodge Truck. Does not fit 1934 Dodge passenger.  32 spokes. Has a locating lug hole (not used on Plymouth). Part#608030  Posting only for reference and to keep the conversation on track.

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12 hours ago, dep5 said:

LOL, The wheels you picture are 17"

Sorry your correct those are 17 sold the set of 5 16” over the winter, forgot, 

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Technically they were called “Steel cushion” spoke  wheels and were offered on 1934 Dodges but optional on Plymouth in the 16 inch. 

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Plymouth offered the 16 “ wire spoke or steel artillery  wheel as an option on the PG series in 1934.  Also had a 20” high clearance wheel as well. 

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On 8/2/2018 at 10:26 AM, Sandbarfarm31 said:

Technically they were called “Steel cushion” spoke  wheels and were offered on 1934 Dodges but optional on Plymouth in the 16 inch. 

 

On 8/2/2018 at 10:50 AM, Sandbarfarm31 said:

Plymouth offered the 16 “ wire spoke or steel artillery  wheel as an option on the PG series in 1934.  Also had a 20” high clearance wheel as well. 

 

These wheels #608030, will not fit 1934 Dodge passenger cars and they are identified on page 22-2 of the Sept 1, 1934 Plymouth parts list for models PE-PF. Neither the  16" steel (artillery) nor the 16" wire was listed for the lowest line PG.

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On 7/24/2018 at 5:43 PM, dep5 said:

LOL, The wheels you picture are 17"

They came off a 1933 Plymouth coupe all original, So I may just use them on my 34 Dodge and save the arttillary wheels

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IN 33 THEY CAME WITH 17 INCH WIRES AND THEN 17 WAS AN OPTION IN HIGH SNOW AREAS FOR THE 34. 

 

I HAVE A SET OF 4 17'S I MAY BE CONVINCED TO PART WITH FOR THE RIGHT CAUSE

 

 

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On 7/24/2018 at 3:22 PM, dep5 said:

Don't know why people post for "wanted" items without a photo but anyhow here a photo of a NOS wheel. It fits 1933-34 Plymouth and Dodge Truck. Does not fit 1934 Dodge passenger.  32 spokes. Has a locating lug hole (not used on Plymouth). Part#608030  Posting only for reference and to keep the conversation on track.

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What is the reason for the wheel not fitting a 34? 

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On 4/22/2019 at 1:40 PM, countrytravler said:

What is the reason for the wheel not fitting a 34? 

 

I just revisited this by pulling a 1934 Dodge DR rear brake drum (for sale $40+ride) off the shelf and while the bolt pattern is the same, there is no provision in the 34 Dodge DR brake drum to locate the center pilot hole in the wheel. The wheel does fit 1934 Plymouth PE front and rear wheel hubs.

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