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Help identify this tire rim

 
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Any info would be appteciated. One is bent pretty good. Its on a hay wagon that was likely made from old vehicle parts.
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I think i found it. Aircooled vw.

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wayne fajkus wrote:I think i found it. Aircooled vw.



Yup!
These can be adapted to Chevy wheels also.
 
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