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Old 05-25-2015, 12:33 AM   #1
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Will this wheel fit a W500 (RM400?) chassis?

I have a 77 Champion that I went to put new tires on only to find that some of my wheels had seen better days, so looking for some nice round ones without spending what I paid for the coach. They are the 19.5 5 lug x 8 style, I found these, I was wondering if they'd work... on the front? I'm trying to get more info from the guy but all I know so far is it's on a Chevy chassis so these should be P30 wheels then correct? I did a search and really couldn't even come up with a definitive answer if P30 wheels will fit a Travco/Dodge chassis... though I suspect for whatever reason... not Thanks for any infoooo.
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Seems those are probably 19.5 x 6" and I need 8", yes? thanks
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just make sure they do not rub the inside,,,the outside is easy to see but,,,,really bad things can happen if they rub in the back where you cant see....just a THOUGHT...
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Old 05-28-2015, 02:16 AM   #4
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Found a complete set of real clean and correct wheels on a dodge coach/chassis which was sitting in a field, dey mine now. Has all brand new brake parts too which I have my name on, lucky score.
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