Tire rim

Tire rim

Steel rims were fitted inside the Tires of early automobiles, and then the rims bolted to the automobile wheels. The illustration shows one variety, described as a split rim. When the rim ends were slid apart as shown, the rim could be partially collapsed and easily removed from the inside of the Tire.
References in periodicals archive ?
The idea of placing a tire rim on top of a five-gallon metal bucket is asking for an accident.
First, a car tire rim is not enough to handle the heat of forging.
If you are using the tire rim forge shown in the article, you will have to put some weight in the bottom and as you use the forge, there will be stuff falling into the bucket and it will fill quickly.
It's easier to build up using firebricks than cutting down your tire rim, and the extra space around the edges makes a good place to lay a piece down that you want to cool down slowly or to store "extra" coal or to put clinkers that get in your way.
Hazard: Over-inflation of the tires can break the metal tire rim, causing users and bystanders to be struck with pieces of metal.
This recall affects all carts sold between March 2003 and October 2004 without metal washers on the outside tire rims.
Chafer is usually square woven calendered rubberized stock applied to the bead area to absorb tire rim chafing of the bead);
The signal conditioning chip, which is mounted directly onto the tire rim, is field proven for use in the harsh automotive environment.
1--steel tire rim from an old American-made car (Sorry, spoked rims don't work)
The first step is to hammer one end of each angle iron, which will be the legs, to flatten it to lay somewhat snugly against the tire rim, which will be the forge itself.
Make sure you keep the flared portion of the leg under the lip of the tire rim.
The men's and boys' Rat Fink comes in metal-flake green, highlighted by orange tire rims and flame decals on the front bar, seat, handle bar grips, chain guard, and rear half-fender.