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Old 12-12-2016, 07:09 AM
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Wheels and studs

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I can't wait to post these, even though I haven't put the core support hood and grill back on yet. Got my Aztec 22" Direct Bolt-on wheels loaded on 285/55R22 Nitto Trail Grapples bolted up. I've gotta source longer rear studs but other than that clearances are huge. Closest thing was the valve stems to calipers. Had to run 90* stems on all inward mounted wheels. Ran stubs on the rear outers cause I think it looks cleaner. Other than that here's the poon:

















where did you source the rear studs from?
 
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I've been wondering if there has been any more progress on this one, been just over a year since the last post.

Just sitting here drooling still......
 
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where did you source the rear studs from?
I have to look back. Stocks are 81.6mm Dorman 610-565. I found an email that I sent B&D Thread Rolling and they have a BD5504-FRI that is M14-1.5X91.44mm. I hope and think that I still have the box, cause I can't remember if I ordered these or found something longer. Thought I found a longer Dorman.

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I've been wondering if there has been any more progress on this one, been just over a year since the last post.

Just sitting here drooling still......
I've been sidetracked while trying to lay out the rear. Modifying the Kelderman kit and integrating it with the B&W Gooseneck, Titan 50 gal. fuel tank, and Class V HD hitch has been more than predicted along with boxing in the rear section of the frame. lol My buddies at Jefferson State Diesel are all over me though because they want to complete the motor build and have everything waiting, but I need to get a heating and air unit mounted up before that to make sure that they build the compound turbo system to clear it.
 
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Well some progress is good progress. Glad it hasnít been forgotten. Still stoked to see it done, awesome work!
 
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just found this and man this is an amazing build

 
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Well some progress is good progress. Glad it hasnít been forgotten. Still stoked to see it done, awesome work!
Actually I found some dually fenders from a 2011 Ford on Craigslist last night. Good thing you guys gave me a poke so I looked on Craigslist yesterday. These are the fenders I really want to run so I hope they look aesthetically good so I can have them modified rather than the Dodge retro fender flares.

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just found this and man this is an amazing build

Thank you sir.
 
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Oh heck yes!! Those will look much better!!
 
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I finally got around to googling "p-pump" just to find out what you are doing.

Should have some pretty good scoot to it when done!
 
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SO........inquiring minds want to know.......any progress on this beast in the last year?

(hate to keep calling you out, just such a cool project)
 
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I am glad someone brought this to the top of the forum again. I have never stumbled upon this build before. Do tell us if there is any chance it might get finished.
 
 
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