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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old May 25th, 03, 09:55 AM Thread Starter
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I was wondering if anyone had a web site or info that would break down Ralley wheels? I have two 14's that are YM and XB. YM has K10 and the XB has K 1-9-1. Dont have the rear #'s. Thanks for your responces.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old May 25th, 03, 04:14 PM
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I show the XB as a 14X6 Chevelle D/B rally wheel with 0.88" offset and the YM as a 15x5 Chevrolet "B" pass. with 0.12" offset.

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Thanks but they both are 14's. I have them on the car now. They are both the same size. That confuses me. Maybe I should take a closer look at the numbers. Was wondering if any body had any web sights with info?
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Cambird68,

My info is out of Colvin's "Chevrolet by the Numbers" book for 65-69. Take a look at the letters near the valve stem again.

If the tires are off then you can also look for the size code on the center section under the tire. This should look like 14X6 JJ or 15X5 JJ.

Maybe someone else can chime in on the dates and see if that leads us to a different conclusion. The K10 should be Kelsey Hayes/Romulus, MI/1970. The K-1-9-1 should be Kelsey Hayes/Romulus, MI/1969/January.

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Log onto www.camaros.org they should have the info you are looking for...Mike

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Are you sure it's not YW. That wheel replaced the XB wheel. The YW wheel is a 14x6 Chevelle ralley as is the XB wheel. If it is K-1-9-1, it is a wheel made in 1991. Take a close look at it again.
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Jonesy your right. Sorry, been working the third shift but, my brain is still in reverse This is the right numbers for my 14's and 15's:
14 - K-1-0-6 stem 8 YW
14 - K-1-9 stem 17 XB
15 - K-1-6-8 stem 15 FW
15 - K-1-6-8 stem 15 FW

I took the 15's off a chevell. Picked the 14's up willin and dealin! Thanks for the responces!
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Here's what you have:

K-1-0-6 stem 8 YW = 14x6 1970 Chevelle rallye dated June 8th

K-1-9 stem 17 XB = 14x6 1969 Chevelle rallye dated the 17th of ? month

K-1-6-8 stem 15 FW = 15x7 1978 Chevelle or Monte Carlo dated the 15th of ? month

K-1-6-8 stem 15 FW = same as above FW wheel
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