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Super Single Dayton Rims

Posted By resto_1 Tuesday, September 24, 2019 7:58 AM
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I am looking for a matched set of (4) 12.25 x 22.5 dayton type rims for the drive or trailer application. Not to be confused with the ones for the steer, these have two mounting rings. Need to have 3-4" outset/offset. Also, if anyone comes accross a set of 20" aluminum spokes wheels for an IH RA-355 or SQHD with IH wheel ends, I would be interested. Thanks.
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 Posted Tuesday, September 24, 2019 2:45 PM
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Try contacting Vander Haag's in Council Bluff IA, they always seem to have a few listed, if they don't have them at that store they have several others that they can search. I get my regular spoke rims from them.
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I did several weeks ago, They had 1. thanks
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You might be "swimming upstream" looking for those, Super Singles came out about the same time as the industry was moving away from spokes and stud pilot wheels. Most who might be tempted into the "great new thing" would be unlikely to spec spokes as well.
This from a guy who converts my trucks over to spokes! If I were spec'ing new, I would still spec spokes, but you couldn't give me super singles!
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I've used run them in the past with no problems. Although they were radials which were much better than bias ply! You definitely need to watch yourself when MT in the rain.

In this case they are going on an antique 70's fuel hauler show truck. Just something different we want to do with this one. Keep you ears open, not something we're gonna find in the late model yards.

Somewhere there are some old cement mixers or something with them just sitting in the weeds. Thanks.
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Well, I'll keep an eye out, I always notice spokes. Still running them still running some tube types as well.
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http://forums.justoldtrucks.com/149749/Super-single-Dayton-rims

Guy over on JOT says he might be able to help.
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 Posted Tuesday, October 01, 2019 1:38 AM
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Thanks, I'll look there. Any other ideas, please pass them along.
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Still looking around for some 12.25 x 22.5 dayton rear rims if anyone has any new thoughts.
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