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Old 08-22-2015, 06:45 AM   #1
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Alcoa or Accuride, I really don't care !

Alright....So I really need some help....If anyone has a donor Classic Motorhome or knows of one sitting out in the middle of a corn field somewhere in the continental United States....I am REALLY looking for 6 aluminum rims for my 1989 325LE. I have exhausted my efforts looking through Google searches for salvage yards, E-Bay searches for the same.
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Old 08-22-2015, 07:52 AM   #2
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to make your search a little easier, consider using the steel rim on the inner duallies, like most of the classics do. But then my spare is an Alcoa, 12 nut. Will be difficult to mount on the front in case of a flat
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Old 08-22-2015, 05:19 PM   #3
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I was wrong, it's a 10 hole in the rear. This is what I got of my Alcoa Rims, it may help your search:
DO4381 19.5x6 Part#761002 15 degrees Date 0190

Now i realize that a previous owner did this upgrade on my 310
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761002 is what I need, a 325 has a tag axle this is why I need 6. Do you have them ???
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761002 is what I need, a 325 has a tag axle this is why I need 6. Do you have them ???
No sorry, just tried to helpful with the part number, which you already know does not yield any results at the Alcoa website.
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As with any rare part for an Airstream, be patient, be prepared to act fast with cash, be prepared to pay with a lot of it.

I too have been sort of looking but am happy so far with the great SS simulators I bought from Phoenix wheel covers. A lot cheaper and you can rotate all wheels in any position.

Goodluck but people know how much they are worth.

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Old 09-12-2015, 06:58 AM   #8
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Thanks to Randy in Michigan, I was able to buy his two spare Alcoa 761002 and accessories. Last night I scored a brand new (NIB) Alcoa 761002 from Oregon for $125.00 plus shipping. I have decided to put these three on the right side for now because that is the side that I look at the most and it will bother me less that I am still waiting for three more to show up somewhere. Will post pictures next week after I get them mounted up. Thanks again Randy.
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Are these the same?

19 5 x 6 Alcoa Alum Ford Dodge International Terra Star Front Rear | eBay

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Thanks to Randy in Michigan, I was able to buy his two spare Alcoa 761002 and accessories. Last night I scored a brand new (NIB) Alcoa 761002 from Oregon for $125.00 plus shipping. I have decided to put these three on the right side for now because that is the side that I look at the most and it will bother me less that I am still waiting for three more to show up somewhere. Will post pictures next week after I get them mounted up. Thanks again Randy.
Half way there! Now stick some Centramatric wheel balancers on that rear axles, you will not regret it!
Centramatic Continuous Wheel Balancers Rear for Chevy P30 19 5 Rim 10 Hole | eBay
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Sorry Punch, they will not fit.
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Bob,
If you can find any Alcoa rims with the number 761003, they will work front or back, they are polished on both sides. The 761001 is for front only, and the 761002 is for rear only and both are polished on only one side.
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I now have 3 Alcoa 761002's, still looking for 3 more. They look awesome. Last trip of the season is next weekend to Cooperstown, NY with the 396XL. Last road trip for the 325LE is this weekend...one more day of welding...then back to my shop for the winter and round two or should I say phase two of the three phase overhaul...Click image for larger version

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Whoa...Bob those look fantastic!!!
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