These is one of the 4 wheels that came on my 1922 / 23 Runabout / Roadster. It has round STEEL spokes and 6 bolts that fasten it to the rim. I think it might be a Dayton, but can not find serial numbers of markings yet. Will keep looking.
Dayton made wire wheels, never heard of this type of wheel being a Dayton.
I believe Atlas made a steel spoke accessory wheel.
Atlas Steel Spoke. They're on my 1921 sightseeing bus. They take a special rim, lugs and lug bolts. The rims are pretty easy to find as they were used on other brand aftermarket wheels the lugs are near impossible to find and lug bolts, worse than that. You can alter Model T lug bolts to fit but You may have to make the lugs. I'll try to send a picture.
Ed Archer aka#4
You, of course, were the first person I thought of when I first opened this thread! The more I see those wheels, the more I like them.
That is a great photo of the "bus", and you and Karen!
Always good to see you posting here.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
Found this post back in another year forum
It has pictures of the Dayton wheels.
This ad is from the Model T Ford Owner Book page 148.
I have been corrected, thanks JP
The Dayton steel spoke wheels have four lugs securing them to the demountable rim. Atlas have six lugs.
That wheel is an Atlas
Thanks for the Information on the wheels Ed Archer and Dan Treace. Now to see if I can find some of the lugs and lug bolts.