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Help identifying Land Rover Rims


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Thanks for letting me join the forum

I have  rims that were removed from a Land Rover Series 3 SWB 1971 2.25 Petrol engine and I am having some difficulty in identifying them

The were originally with 7.50 x 16 Tubed tyres

There does not appear to be a part number that I can trace

I have managed to scrape back some of the layers of paint and find the Rim are Marked

Dunlop    HP     22352 and another is  Dunlop 22354

The rims are of a solid construction and don't look like any that I can see on forums or pictures

The previous owner has no idea when these were fitted.

Any help would be appreciated






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They Austin LD rims. Used to be found on CO OP electric milk floats amongst other things. Really heavy and risky things to work with - the split ring dictates inflating in a tyre cage. Designed for 12 or 14 ply truck tyres and need a gaiter to protect the tube. 

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