Re: Dual Rear Rims - Single Piece
Remove the nut, bend down the keeper and remove the inner nut. Now the hub will pull off. You may have to back off on the brake adjuster.
The hub unit is what you would change over to use 8 bolt rims.
That said, there are 6 x7.25 Budd rims [those with no locking ring] available. Sitting at my shop right now are a set of 6 x 7.25 bolt pattern 17.5 diameter with new road tires taken off a 68 Travelall 1200. I also had a set of 16.5 6 bolt rims on a 63 pickup many years back. Dodge and Ford also used that pattern.
Save yourself the expense by using a truck tire shop do do your tire changing. The only danger in lock ring rims is when they are being mounted. They don't bite during day to day use.
"Tough Old Geezer"
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