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Old 07-03-2022, 04:00 AM   #61 (permalink)
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I guess both Dayton and Budd have those widow-maker split rims.
I only remember seeing Dayton split rims.

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Guessing these are the Budd rims?





My dad inherited a ton of those types of tires with rims that were sitting around for decades on my grandpa's property when he sold the place. I had a good week or so of breaking down tires with a tire maul when I was a teen. Ended up with a filled a 14 ft flat bed trailer stacked 5-6ft tall with the tires that had this style of rim. I also had to do the ones that were open in the center which I suspect is the Dayton rims. There were some truck tires that were the normal drop center rim like modern car rims too. There was a bunch of smaller truck and car tires too, but those were easy for the most part.

Not sure if the images above stand out super well, the top one is a 2 piece rim (the ring is split), bottom one is a 3 piece rim (solid ring with a locking clip).
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You want carbon ceramic rotors.
Thanks, (for the useful reply). I found a company who makes aluminum disc in 257mm. Suits my needs better and won't have prestress
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Aluminium discs? I don't remember when was the last time I saw it on anything other than motorcycles.

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