Junkyard/Small Car Wheel?

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  1. grudgelord

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    Can anyone recommend a local boneyard or similar place where I might have a good chance of finding a 13"-14" car wheel at a price that won't cause too much anal chaffing?

    It's to be used as part of a motorcycle wheel mount for a tire changing stand so I'd only need one and it doesn't have to be chromed or in mint condition, just functional for the purpose.
     
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    All American in Vancouver carries allot of the 13-14 steel wheels. But you should understand there no longer cheap, the world has moved to 15-19 inch as the new norm and the 13-14 are all going onto restoration projects.

    You might try u-pull it in Tigard.
     
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    Hell, if you weren't clear over there, I've got one I'd give you...




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  4. Jeffytune

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    Oh, and I have a couple 15 in the back yard you can have.

    Read that free.
     
  5. sin808

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    local used tire dealer? All the ones up here have stacks of them.
     
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    Thanks for all the replies, everyone. I really do appreciate it.

    Jeffytune: Sent you a PM.
     
  7. DGA

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    A 15" rim might work better for a changing station since the front wheel rotors are less than 15" and will fit inside the rim, keeping them out of harm's way.
     
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