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6-lug 15" steelies?

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Want a set for my NL320... Preferably in AZ, although I'd consider paying for shipping for a nice set.

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Datsun, Nissan... whatever I can find.

 

Although, now that I think of it, I want to use my 320 hubcaps... Could pose a problem. :(

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Datsun, Nissan... whatever I can find.

 

Although, now that I think of it, I want to use my 320 hubcaps... Could pose a problem. :(

 

a small problem but easily remedied. i'll see what i can find in my neck of the woods, i believe i know of some 16" early 60's chevy 6 lug steelies a person could put some buttons on to hold datsun caps. wheels are 5"s wide, and theres 5 of them, not split rim.

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all 6 lug 1/2 ton chevy truck wheels fit...2 wd up to 71, and 1/2 ton 4x4s up to the mid eighties...my 81 K/10 wheels fit fine on a datsun

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Given that, what would you do about the hubcaps?

 

I guess welding on some "nubs" would work... Still looking.

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Probably not what you are looking for but I have a set of 15x8 chromed steel with gold centers 10 holes in face of wheel sometimes referred to as "chrome mods" I am in Havasu and my brother is in Surprise. If you are interested we can work something out

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Anyone else?

 

I know someone out there knows what 15" steel wheels will still take a 10" 520 / 521 / 620 hubcap... Please?

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A lot of the rims use a 10" cap....which is the same size as the 320 cap. A baby moon fits a datsun wheel.....so I wouldn't be surprised if a 320 cap fits a chevy rim.

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these are off a 720 4x4 they are 15x5.5 i am going to put them on my 620

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they dont have a way of putting rims on but i made some mounts so i can use the stock dogdish caps

 

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That gives me some ideas...

 

I'll be powdercoating the wheels to match the body, and running dogdishes and wide whitewalls.

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Still lookin'....

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