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Poverty caps on gm rally wheels?


I have what's likely a silly question... can I use my Beaumont poverty caps on a set of Chevy rally wheels? Also same question if they would fit the early gto rally?

 

Anyone find a reasonable steel wheel alternative for 5x4.75 in a larger diameter? 17 or 18?

 

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I don't think the rallys have the "ears" for the poverty caps do they?

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I would say the poverty caps would not work. The Chevy ralley wheels have internal bumps to hold the center caps, whereas poverty caps require external bumps to hold them on.

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The only rally wheel setup that looks like that would be if you use the cop car centres with no trim rings.

I'm using that on my electric Willys and I think they look pretty good that way.

Rally with small cap.JPG



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Poncho Master!

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Thanks, that was the answer i was expecting... but i never paid much attention to rally's.

ak

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