If you will look at it you will see that the rear bolster sets quite a bit lower than the front one, that is the reason for the larger wheels on the back as they will raise it 3" so the bed set level. If you do not want to go with the larger size tire then you will need to put a 3" block on back bolster to level the bed. The shorter the bed the more notacible it will be. I do not know what current sizes would equal the wheel size that it was designed for but at time of conversion it should have had 6:00 X 16" tires put on front and 6:00 X 20" or 32 X 6 as they were also called put on back. The 32 being 32" tall with the 16" being 28" tall and both being same width. A straight, non tapered roller bearing should be in those wheels and they are hard to find but I know where you can get them made along with the sleeve race they run in and chances are good they are warn enough they will be too loose wobbly for to run good with out replacing.
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