They wouldn't seat into the rim, so the rim can't be mounted back on. It would need longer posts for the rims (which I read on here was a pain) and some kind of a spacer, I believe. My son road around with one of them on his pick up for about 2 months before I got around to trying them on the trailer. Unfortunately, they don't work the way the rims are. I can't return them, because my son used one of them for 2 months (he didn't want to believe they worked). Anyhow, the rims look like his GMC rims. I'm not sure what brand they are. They do have a zero offset & are 7", though.
I guess I'll keep looking for something that will be suitable.
1964 Bambi II
1988 Avion 32S