Noticed that. They look to be quite a bit larger than the normal .125" holes also. Those look to be at least a .281" or 9/32.Saw the small hole at 6oclock. Never saw wheels with the small hole there and that threw me. Most of the small holes are at 3 or 9 oclock. Thanks
Heeeey, that wheel looks familiar.Hey Edwin...
Ok what you need to do is to clean them up a bit and then look to see if the wheels are stamped with a small KH somewhere on the face of them......
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......that will then tell you if they are the original Kelsey Hayes wheels or not that came from the factory on Willys Trucks and Wagons.
I completely agree. To smez, remember a 16" wheel is 17" from edge to edge. 16" at the tire sealing surfaces. Same with the width. So be aware of where you are making your measurements from. These are examples of 16" truck wheels.Noticed that. They look to be quite a bit larger than the normal .125" holes also. Those look to be at least a .281" or 9/32.