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  • Last Activity: 02-15-2019 01:39 PM
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  1. 09-11-2018 12:25 PM - permalink
    Yes, to go to 5 lug just swap everything from knuckles out with another 5 lug dana 44. This includes other makes either low or high pinion. All dana 44's share the same ball joints as long as they are not the later unit-bearing types. Chevrolet will have a different bolt pattern but works the same.
  2. 08-13-2018 08:58 AM - permalink
    Pretty sure the 285/75/16.5 would work, but would double check with the tire manufacture to be sure. Not sure if BF Goodrich makes them anymore. I've heard that they will make some every now and then but can't confirm. I will look around to see if I can locate some.
  3. 08-01-2018 07:50 AM - permalink
    Just the stock wheels when I bought it.
  4. 07-27-2018 01:43 PM - permalink
    Are your Toyo 608's loud going down the road? Compared to stock? Would you say they do well in Snow and Mud? Thanks for the input. Trying to be a better tire then these HSR's.

  5. 07-25-2018 05:58 PM - permalink
    Aluminum. 8x6.5. God only knows how old they are. Definitely 70's vintage. Not sure on backspace, probably 4.5
  6. 07-24-2018 09:28 AM - permalink
    They are Western Wheel 16.5x9.75. Found them in Arizona on craigslist. Had them shipped to Michigan and had them refurbished by a local guy here. Wasn't cheap but had to have some old school slots.
  7. 02-22-2018 09:30 PM - permalink
    Not sure on the specs of either. its an older john deer "skip loader". Its a HEAVY setup

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