1956 S120 4x4 replacement wheels and size?


IHC in the early to mid-fifties.

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Post Sun Mar 10, 2019 10:13 am

1956 S120 4x4 replacement wheels and size?

I have searched and seen this question asked before without a response. Can anyone tell me on a 1956 S120 4x4 if there are any places to buy replacement wheels and what size you have went with? Also were there any other vehicles that used this same size and bolt pattern? I have read a few threads that say maybe a power wagon?

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Post Sun Mar 10, 2019 11:29 am

Re: 1956 S120 4x4 replacement wheels and size?

Travelallparts.com has solid 3/4 ton, 6 lug wheels for (ouch) $953.00 ea. for 1950 and up trucks There are also wheel makers who can weld the centers of your wheels into new rims.
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Post Sun Mar 10, 2019 12:11 pm

Re: 1956 S120 4x4 replacement wheels and size?

Try Stockton Wheels. If Stockton can Make your wheels, go for a 17 or 18 inch wheel. The larger diameter will have more inside clearance.
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Post Sun Mar 10, 2019 2:15 pm

Re: 1956 S120 4x4 replacement wheels and size?

I recall RJ at Outback Parts 130 each, I assume + shipping
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Post Sun Mar 10, 2019 9:02 pm

Re: 1956 S120 4x4 replacement wheels and size?

hattrick4467 wrote:Also were there any other vehicles that used this same size and bolt pattern? I have read a few threads that say maybe a power wagon?


I have seen a couple 3/4 ton power wagons with that bolt pattern as well as at least one 3/4 ton Studebaker. Unfortunately, these alternatives are probably more rare than an IH.

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