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Old 11-01-2011, 02:50 PM   #1
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Correct size wheel for '75 Overlander 27'

My '75 rides on 225/75R15's. Is 15x6/ 4.25 cross bore/ 0 offset the correct size of the wheels? Damaged a steel wheel & about to order alum replacements.
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Old 11-01-2011, 03:31 PM   #2
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My '75 rides on 225/75R15's. Is 15x6/ 4.25 cross bore/ 0 offset the correct size of the wheels? Damaged a steel wheel & about to order alum replacements.
You have the correct info above.

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The wheels are 15x6 with 6 lugs on a 5.5" circle, zero offset.
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Would this be the same for a '72 Overlander?
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Yes, although the wheels themselves are slightly different. In 1972 the wheels n the trailer usually had clis for baby moon hubcaps.
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The wheels I'm ordering require an additional center cap. Is 4.25 the correct size?
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