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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old Aug 17th, 16, 12:44 PM Thread Starter
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Helping decoding these rally wheels

I've looked at the various decoding threads for these rally wheels but I can't find them. Can anybody help?


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Re: Helping decoding these rally wheels

TJ was a code used for '70 Monte Carlo 15x7 ralleys...maybe some other full size, as well. Check for any other #'s on the wheel.

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Re: Helping decoding these rally wheels

Jim, here is the decode list from CRG. Don't see yours here. Maybe off a different model.
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Re: Helping decoding these rally wheels

Generally: Code being top readable usually means aftermarket over the counter sales wheel. Maybe even made by Kelsey-Hayes
Code readable from ground view usually means produced for factory lines - GM wheel. GM wheels also didn't have the size stamped on them.
GM code is formatted as 123 44 (valve stem) 55 66
1=Manufacture
2=Plant
3=last digit of the calendar year
hole
4=Month
5=day
6=application

Yours follow an aftermarket wheel.
HWM usually means Hartmann. I do not think they are currently making any US vehicle wheels.
15x7
could be year 2001 January 18th if they are following the GM code format.


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Re: Helping decoding these rally wheels

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Yours follow an aftermarket wheel.
HWM usually means Hartmann. I do not think they are currently making any US vehicle wheels.
15x7
could be year 2001 January 18th if they are following the GM code format.
That makes sense since they are new wheels. I suspected they were some kind of repro wheel.

I'm just happy they're 15x7 so I can add disk brakes.

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