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Old 05-09-2018, 11:56 PM
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Default ISO Centerline or Cragar wheels

Looking for either Centerline Auto Drags or Cragar Super Tricks, 5 on 4 3/4. Prefer satin finish and w/o holes drilled for tire screws.

Centerlines: 15X8.5 with 4 7/8" backspacing and 15X3.5 fronts

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Cragar 15X8 with 4.5" backspacing and 15X3.5 fronts.
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Old 05-10-2018, 12:48 AM
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Eric, I have 2 pr of 8.5 satin ADs 1 pr is new, NEW! , 1 pr like new. & 1 pr of 3.5s (not sure if I’ll part with these 3.5s, but may? ) and I am only less than 1 1/2 hours away. I bought all of these in 1979! And have owned them a long time.
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I have a pair of Centerline 3.5's lined up locally, let me know on those 8.5's!
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I'd be interested in a pair of the 15x8.5- (either set)
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If you go with Centerlines, do yourself a huge favor and have some hubcentric rings made. I don't believe anyone has them on the shelf. I can send you the specs, or you can just measure them yourself. Several places on line that will make them for you.

I had several guys ask if I have to re-torque lugs from time to time, because most guys running CL wheels do have to re-torque. I do not, but only because I had rings made for both sets that I run. The very early CL wheels used beveled lug nuts (I STILL had rings made for those) but all the later wheels use a shank type lug nut. There is no way that the wheel is exactly centered via those shank nuts without a ring.
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Back to square one, still looking.
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I have a pair of 15x7 SSTs... Likely not what you want but I'd let them go super cheap?

Let me know.

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Are you stuck on those sizes? Guessing these are for your Chevelle?

15 x 10 fit under the rear of my 68 El Camino with not problem.

I believe they are the same bs as this set:

https://oklahomacity.craigslist.org/...568233450.html

Mine are the very early ones with screw on hub caps.
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Dan;

I appreciate the offer, but I need 8" rims for my 276/60 DR's. I had to temporarily put the DR's on my old 15X7 steel rims to achieve workable backspacing with the new narrower `67 12 bolt in the car, and the tires are bulging pretty bad on them.
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Lynn;

For whatever reason, my 8's were only about an inch away from the lower shock mounts, I don't think I could get anything wider than 9" on there without it hitting.
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