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Old August 23rd, 2019, 03:29 PM
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Old August 23rd, 2019, 03:36 PM
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Apperently these guys do Doug for a little more than $203

https://www.defendersource.com/forum...post1919766748


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Who would make these custom for compliant wheels for $203 ea?
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Old August 23rd, 2019, 04:02 PM
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Apperently these guys do Doug for a little more than $203

https://www.defendersource.com/forum...post1919766748
Stockton wheel was my original choice but the reviews on them are hit and miss.
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I got 5 of the wheels back from paint and got the tires mounted. I’ll pick up the 6th one on Monday. Here’s what they look like painted Limestone wearing 3-5’s. (My new roof is also painted limestone so they’ll match)
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They look beautiful.
I'd love a set but my concern is that zero offset is not enough for 12-50ish wide tires.
If you could try and check wheel/tire rub especially with the front axle under articulation, it would be useful.


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hereís what they look like painted Limestone wearing 3-5ís
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Old September 14th, 2019, 08:01 AM
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They look beautiful.
I'd love a set but my concern is that zero offset is not enough for 12-50ish wide tires.
If you could try and check wheel/tire rub especially with the front axle under articulation, it would be useful.
Zero offset should put the inside of the tire at about the same place as stock.

235/2 + 36 = 153.5 (tire inner sidewall distance from hub)

153.5*2 + 0 = 307 (width of tire for same location). 12.1"
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Old September 14th, 2019, 08:35 AM
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Yup,

it wouldn't make sense for me then (or anybody rolling on fatty tires).
BTW, the specs for the aftermarket 8x16" rim on your page are still the same I shared with you years ago, right?
I was using them for comparison, I have no will to pull a tire off, nowadays
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the inside of the tire at about the same place as stock
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I feel like I’ve over saturated this thread but here’s the obligatory shot of the wheels on my truck. No rubbing or interference. I’m a happy camper.
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They will rub in articulation on the flares unless you have very extended bumpstops.
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Most likely. I’ve been looking for a replacement fender flare offering that I liked and was going to place a call into Lucky8 tomorrow morning.
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They will also hit the wheel boxes without extended bumpstops.
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Mudstuff is now selling the Nakatanenga ANR1534

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Most likely. Iíve been looking for a replacement fender flare offering that I liked and was going to place a call into Lucky8 tomorrow morning.


DA1978 and da1979 are 50mm wider britpart arches looking like stock units without the bolt holes most wider arches have
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Old September 15th, 2019, 09:22 PM
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I think they are 30mm wider.
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Yes, 30mm wider according to britpart. I’ve seen some pictures of defenders with those flares and have been wondering who makes them. They are the closest to stock looking but wider flares I’ve seen.
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Flares are easy to fix, but they will hit the front damper mounts and spring seats as well, that's the main issue 😞

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