1941 Dodge WC-12 "The Doge"

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Wheels and tires have been the biggest thing the truck has received in the almost 2 years I've owned the truck. The tires are 37 inch military tires that i picked up cheap because their kinda junky, but the wheels are by no means junky. the bolt patterns on old power wagons is a uncommonly large five lug pattern on a 2 piece "split rim" or widow makers. I wanted to get ride of the original split rims because they have a decadency to explode when aired up if the ring is not seated properly, look it up on youtube, insane stuff. Anyway to replace the wheels the option i went with were re-centered military H1 beadlock wheels which are awesome to say the least.
Where do they sell these
 
#22
Wheels and tires have been the biggest thing the truck has received in the almost 2 years I've owned the truck. The tires are 37 inch military tires that i picked up cheap because their kinda junky, but the wheels are by no means junky. the bolt patterns on old power wagons is a uncommonly large five lug pattern on a 2 piece "split rim" or widow makers. I wanted to get ride of the original split rims because they have a decadency to explode when aired up if the ring is not seated properly, look it up on youtube, insane stuff. Anyway to replace the wheels the option i went with were re-centered military H1 beadlock wheels which are awesome to say the least.
Where do they sell these
 
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