I see Budd wheels everday on semi-trucks & trailers. The Budd Wheel use to be called the WEST COAST WHEELS, WHERE the DAYTON WHEELS were much more common on the EAST COAST. They were the pain in the a$$. They would get off-center & wobble. You had to make sure you tighten the lugs even. I don't know if Budd ever built wheels for pick-ups of modern era.CaptainCummins said:We don't see em alot, i hate the daggum things :VHOT:
If you have a W350 with duels, then you DO have budd style wheels. They won't fit. The duel wheel is a BUDD style rim.dennisg said:Thanks for the info Guy's the reason I was asking is because I was thinking about ordering a set of simulators from Northern Tool and they say they won't fit Budd wheels. What I have is a 1 ton 1989 w350 with dual wheels and a flat bed. so they should work.
thanks again Dennis