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Old 04-14-2012, 03:33 PM
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Default Commercial Chassis Rims

I have an excessive number of commercial chassis rims available for all years/styles from the early '50s through the mid '60s. Prices range from $50 to $100, depending on year and condition. I have from 1 to 5 of any given style. I am not yet offering my '59/'60 style rims as I hope to have plans for those!
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Ooops! Meant to say early '50s through mid '70s.
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I would like one for a spare for my '68 Fleetwood 75. I have an extra rim, but it is not a commercial chassis one.
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4 of the '63 through '68 style have sold leaving only 1 of those remaining.
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I would be interested in 2 wheels that will fit my 1977 Lifeliner. I know they are 15" wheels, but a can't remember the width offhand. Let me know if you have something that will fit and what you would like to get for them.
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I don't know if they used the same rims in '77 that they used in '76. I have numerous rims for the '69? through '76 C.C. Hopefully, someone will enlighten us on what they used on the '77 C.C.
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Kurt...
Could you take a few pictures of each year / style so we could have a visual guide to the differences between the years, and post them to this thread. I will move the pictures into a separate post in the technical forum later, after you are finished selling. thanks Paul
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Could you take a few pictures of each year / style so we could have a visual guide to the differences between the years, and post them to this thread. I will move the pictures into a separate post in the technical forum later, after you are finished selling. thanks Paul
Will do Paul! I will probably wait for it to warm up a bit before I do it though.
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I would be interested in 2 wheels that will fit my 1977 Lifeliner. I know they are 15" wheels, but a can't remember the width offhand. Let me know if you have something that will fit and what you would like to get for them.
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according to my Cadillac parts book, it is 1977 - 1979 commercial chassis rim is stamped "SM"..
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I am officially adding '59 and '60 to my list of available C.C.(riveted) rims. I would ask that you e-mail me a photo of the rim/rims that you are looking for just to make sure that there is no confusion as to which C.C. rim /rims you are looking for. I have C.C. rims available for every year 1956 through 1976.
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