16's look very good. I am running the stock 16" wheels with Big)'s brand
without tubes. It is equivelent to about 700X16 or a tad bigger.
Guy Francis wrote:
> All this talk about what the original horn should be got me thinking. I have
> two 46 pickups. One is a 1/2 ton the 3/4. One has a double trumpet horn that
> was mounted on the firewall where the heater hoses come out, the other was a
> smaller single opening horn mounted by the generator on the frame. I don't
> if ether one is original or not or where they should be mounted. If anyone
> knows or has a photo that they could show me would be helpful.
> And speaking about what's original or not. I have 15 inch rims on my 1/2 ton
> lug). I have heard that 16 in. was standard. Can anyone tell me which rim size
> is right and maybe what the best tire size is to make it look correct. Thanks.
> Guy Francis
> 46 3100
> Provo, Ut.
> Advdesign1@aol.com wrote:
> > >
> > > My 50 horn is located on the passenger side firewall. Do you suppose it
> > > came this way from the factory?
> > No. should have been on the intake manifold boss for standard horn.
> > Bob ADler
> > oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959
> oletrucks is devoted to Chevy and GM trucks built between 1941 and 1959