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# Are the standard wheels off an '85 Lowrider measuring 16 inches by 3 inches?

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If I remember correctly, the front is 19" dia and 3" wide, rear is 15 or 16" dia and 5" wide. In any case, they are not the same front to rear.

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Common American National Standard Pipe Taper Threads
• NPT - National Pipe Thread Taper
• FPT - female (internal) National Pipe Taper threads
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