Total noob here. Posted on another forum about whether it was a set conversion co. that put the wheels on the front. The post turned to safety and tbh now a bit freaked out. The point was made in a head on collision the first point of contact is designed to be the bumper under the driver - with a wheel on that sticks out further than the bumper so it becomes the new first point of impact potentially crushing the cab first. I realise we’re talking 40+ yr old vehicles here so it’s never going to be the same safety as a modern car… but… what are people’s thoughts? My spare is in terrible condition so even if I did get a flat I’d be needing to call AA anyway (only just got her so haven’t had a chance to get the spare looked at).