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post #1 of 23 Old 06-27-2008, 05:00 PM Thread Starter
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What wheels are these?

I bought my truck a couple of months back and need help figuring out what wheels these are. I know they are 16.5 x 10 with 35x12.5x16.5 bfg atko on them. I have a slight air leak from the passenger front tire. About 10 psi every 2 weeks.

I went to a tire shop and they put it in a tub of water and found no air leak. I decided to have the wheels powdercoated eventually and hopefully fix the leak issue if there is something wrong with the wheel.

Anyone know what wheels these are so i can buy a 5th wheel and have a spare ready?

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No info stamped on back?

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doesnt seem like it. There were a TON of weights. Do wheel companies normally stamp their logo somewhere?

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Usually you can find something including a weight limitation, just like a tire stamp.

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I bought my truck a couple of months back and need help figuring out what wheels these are. I know they are 16.5 x 10 with 35x12.5x16.5 bfg atko on them. I have a slight air leak from the passenger front tire. About 10 psi every 2 weeks.

I went to a tire shop and they put it in a tub of water and found no air leak. I decided to have the wheels powdercoated eventually and hopefully fix the leak issue if there is something wrong with the wheel.

Anyone know what wheels these are so i can buy a 5th wheel and have a spare ready?

Thank you.


They look like Weld wheels.

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I was thinking welds as well but welds have 8 holes and a flat lip. This one is rounded.


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My new wheels are like that and there older american racing. Don't think they make them anymore.

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I was thinking welds as well but welds have 8 holes and a flat lip. This one is rounded.
i noticed the same thing...rounded lip
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