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What about the low spot for seating the tubeless tires? Seeing the picture I recall this very issue on a step-van I used to have. The tubeless rims would not fit over the rear brake drums so I had to keep the split rims on that beast.rdixiemiller said:You could make a wheel like some of the 5 tons use, mount it one way for the rears, the other way for the fronts. This way you could get the wheels tracking straight without flipping the hubs. If you already had flipped hubs, the wheels would still work, as you would just mount them the same as the fronts.
Sounds like a good idea D-Man, see what you can come up with.
Thanks! It's just Microsoft Paint, 5.1 version.mtroxler said:....What program did you use to do the drawings?
Because the Military list 395's as 10" and the civilian world 11" this is due to the wide use of split rims, lock rings, etc in the military... If you look up a 395 as an example under a civilian application it will be listed as using a 11" wheel. In the civilian world there is no 20X10, it would have to be custom made, so rather than taking a mass produced wheel shell and making the correct center for it I would also have to produce the shell its self... The wheel cost would double or triple...how come 11x20? I thought the super singles used a 10inch rim
A3 wheels are still in the works.. I am still in need a finding a A3 to build from and have not located a reasonable source for one..Good looking wheels. Painted OD green they will look fine. For that matter, plate centers would be fine, as the A3 wheels are solid across the center section.
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