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I have eight 24x5 aluminum "stud Pilot" rims for sale. They are Peterbilt ovals no tires. Four of the eight are polished, no cracks. Price 150.00 each. For those of you that don't know what stud pilot means, it means that the wheel is centered by the stud like on most buses!!!
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SIVRTNGE2 wrote:I have eight 24x5 aluminum "stud Pilot" rims for sale. They are Peterbilt ovals no tires. Four of the eight are polished, no cracks. Price 150.00 each. For those of you that don't know what stud pilot means, it means that the wheel is centered by the stud like on most buses!!!
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Hey Bill, do you mean "Hub Pilot?" and what size are the lug nuts, inch and one-half or thirty-three milimeters?

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Hey BoxcarOkie, These are in fact "STUD PILOT" RIMS. The lug nuts are 1 1/2 inch. They are mounted and centered using the stud and nuts. The 33mm flange nuts you are talking about are usually used with "HUB PILOT" RIMS. The hub pilot rims are centered and mounted with "ears" sticking out on the hub and the flange nut rests on the face of the rim. Most of the buses built before the mid 90s run "STUD PILOT RIMS. For those of you that know for sure when the HUB pilot rim was introduced to the bus market, don't hurt me on the year because I am just making a "guesstimate" on the time frame. Check out the web sites below hopefully it will help!!!
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http://www.accuridewheels.com/steeldisc_hub.asp
http://www.accuridewheels.com/steeldisc_stud.asp
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Hi Bill,
I think these will replace the Budd style wheel like I have on my coach. Where is White, Georgia? I am in North Carolina maybe not too far away. Do you have pictures? If so my email is tomhamrick at yahoo.com
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Really interesting, thanks for bringing me up to speed.

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