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Old June 24th, 2008, 11:38 AM
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Wheels to fit a 1/4 ton US Mil. trailer

I am looking for replacement wheels for my trailer. They are a 5 bolt pattern and I am thinking that a jeep wheel should fit. I have the original wheels on it with the bar tires which are stiff and don't need air to roll. Any help is appreciated.

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Old June 24th, 2008, 11:53 AM
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Hey Chris

Can you measure the bolt circle? if you can measure diagnolly from the center of one stud to another it would identify the pattern. Jeep used 5X4.5" and used 5X5.5" Now there is 5X120mm. My guess is 5X5.5" but would have to have measurments to be sure. In most all Jeep cases the wheels would be cheap.
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Make sure it is an older jeep wheel as the newer ones are the little 5x4.5 and the JK is something different as well (5x5.0?).
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I think on the 5 lugs you don't measure center to center but center to end...see pic.
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Old June 25th, 2008, 02:56 PM
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Thanks guys! I have determined that they are 5- 5 1/2's and have ordered 2 16x8 wheels.

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