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Old 04-26-2018, 04:43 PM   #1
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1972 Tradewind Wheels

Just purchased 1972 Tradewind and will be trailering it home soon. I am buying new tires for to drive home. However, it does not have a spare tire. I would like to have a spare tire for the ride home. Can someone advise what lug pattern a 1972 Tradewind came with from the factory? Thanks
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It is a common size 15" rim. 6 hole lug pattern. 0 offset. Same wheel was used on Chevy pickups. Make sure rim is rated for 80 pounds of air.
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It is a common size 15" rim. 6 hole lug pattern. 0 offset. Same wheel was used on Chevy pickups. Make sure rim is rated for 80 pounds of air.
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