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 This will take several posts. I have around 60 wheels and 45+ photos to load. Most of these (wood) wheels are without their rims so the diameter measurement is to the SMALLEST side. I have some rims which I included some photos of AND a brand new (old) 6.00x23 tire. I have not had a chance to measure the rims. Maybe some of you automotive Guru's out there will recognize some of these wheels.

 Photo #1 4.50/4.75/5.00-20 rear wheel

            #2 21" diameter front

            #3 24" diameter front

           #4 23" dia. front

           #5 (4) 20" dia. (model T?)

           #6 (Pair) 20" dia. (model T?)

           #7 18 1/4" dia. rear

           #8 18 1/4" dai. front -fat spokes

           #9 4.75/5.00-19 front

           #10 6.00-20 front

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#11 30x5 rear (T or TT?)

#12 5-20 rear

#13 19" dia. front (heavy duty Studebaker)

#14 20" dia. (very wide !)

#15 (pair) 22 1/2" dia. front

#16 19" dia. 

#17 19" dia.

#18 19" dia.

#19 22 1/2" dia. (left) 24" dia. (right)

#20 (3) matching 18 1/4" dia. 2 rears -1 front

 

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Steel wire spoke

  #1 (1 pair) 5.25/5.50-18 6 lug

  #2 1931 Cadillac 18x4 -8 lug

  #3 19 x 3 6 lug

  #4 (1 pair) 19 x 3 6 lug

  #5 (1 pair) 17 x 3 5 lug ('33-'34 Ford?)

  #6 Disc wheel -21" dia. 6 lug

  #7 (set of 4) 19 x 3 5 lug with lock rings

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Unfortunately your Pope Toledo wheels are either correct hubs that have had much later metal Felloes fitted or non Pope wheels that the hubcaps happen

to fit. But the metal felloes are early 1920's at the oldest and not in any way Pope { stopped production in 1909 }.  Too bad , because they were probably the

best of the pile going by the hubcap photo you posted earlier. 

 

Greg

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10 minutes ago, 1912Staver said:

Unfortunately your Pope Toledo wheels are either correct hubs that have had much later metal Felloes fitted or non Pope wheels that the hubcaps happen

to fit. But the metal felloes are early 1920's at the oldest and not in any way Pope { stopped production in 1909 }.  Too bad , because they were probably the

best of the pile going by the hubcap photo you posted earlier. 

 

Greg

  Well that's a bit of a bummer but I appreciate the info Greg!

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On 11/6/2020 at 3:20 PM, pkhammer said:

Steel wire spoke

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  #5 (1 pair) 17 x 3 5 lug ('33-'34 Ford?)

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I’d have to go and check the spoke count, diameter of opening, etc. on the wheels on my car, but these look like they might be Plymouth wheels.

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  • 2 weeks later...

  I was thinking about keeping these for my own collection since they are so obscure. If you want them to add to your own collection would you be interested in one? The wheels are a bit rough so I doubt that there would be a market for them. Send me a PM and we can discuss.

  -thanks,

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