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Old 01-07-2023, 12:57 PM
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IIRC, Rambler used a 5x4.5" pattern, same as small Ford. A little harder to find decent wheels than for the bellybutton Chevys.

I'm thinking a set of light gray center Torque Thrusts would look great on there. Just don't get those God awful curved spoke Torque Thrust II's.
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IIRC, Rambler used a 5x4.5" pattern, same as small Ford. A little harder to find decent wheels than for the bellybutton Chevys.

I'm thinking a set of light gray center Torque Thrusts would look great on there. Just don't get those God awful curved spoke Torque Thrust II's.
Bama, it has a Ford 9" rear end & the previous owner installed front disk brakes that I think are Ford. Definitely want some Torque Thrust II's!

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Busy right now running gas & fuel lines, never fun but it has to be done. I should be stabbing the motor/tranny back in for the last time this coming week & things should really pick up from there... fingers crossed!!!

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Bama, it has a Ford 9" rear end & the previous owner installed front disk brakes that I think are Ford. Definitely want some Torque Thrust II's!

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Sweet Patina sells some really cool roof rack mounts.
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What I was referring to are listed here, FYI: https://sweetpatina.bigcartel.com/category/accessories

The bars and holders are sold separately but they have 3 styles of mounts that I think look pretty cool.
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Got all brake lines run & tightened up, bleeding master next! Hope to stab the engine/tranny over the weekend or early next! Wiring next!

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