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WD45 Wheel Weight ?'s

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79FordBlake

02-26-2011 17:33:46




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I have a set of wheel weights for a WD45 front and rear.
I was wondering how much do the back ones weigh and front ones weigh?

Also can I bolt the front weights to the inside of the wheel so they are not such an eye sore? Thanks.




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ANON

02-27-2011 05:44:58




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 Re: WD45 Wheel Weight ?'s in reply to 79FordBlake, 02-26-2011 17:33:46  
I believe fronts were around 80 Lbs.



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Bob Bancroft

02-26-2011 17:50:26




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 Re: WD45 Wheel Weight ?'s in reply to 79FordBlake, 02-26-2011 17:33:46  
I believe the rear ones are about 125#. I have no experience with the front ones, however I believe the inside ones were cast in two pieces, so they could be installed without removing the rim. Also -is the center hole in the front weight even big enough to go over the hub, even if it would fit the inside of the rim?



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79FordBlake

02-26-2011 17:57:31




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 Re: WD45 Wheel Weight ?'s in reply to Bob Bancroft, 02-26-2011 17:50:26  
The hole looks like it is big enough to go over the hub but I don't know for sure for. I haven't messed with trying to do it since its so heavy till I know it will work this way.



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Bob Bancroft

02-27-2011 08:50:15




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 Re: WD45 Wheel Weight ?'s in reply to 79FordBlake, 02-26-2011 17:57:31  
It took getting near my to C to jog my memory! It has inside wheel weights all the way around. The front ones are one piece, and are absolutely flat on the exposed side. I measured the rims and it appears the same wheel center was used on 15" and 16", so I would assume the bolt mounting hole dimensions would be the same. Seems like outside weights were very much doughnut/rounded shaped, with a valve stem notch.

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Roger Nolin

02-26-2011 19:22:31




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 Re: WD45 Wheel Weight ?'s in reply to 79FordBlake, 02-26-2011 17:57:31  
I have front weights on my WD-45. They are mounted on the inside. You really have to look to notice them.



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79FordBlake

03-01-2011 20:12:42




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 Re: WD45 Wheel Weight ?'s in reply to Roger Nolin, 02-26-2011 19:22:31  
I tried putting mine on the inside. Not enough clearance they were rubbing on the spindle. Did you add a spacer to your wheel?



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