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I have a guy in Florida that makes them. I'll send you his info
 

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Why did I always just assume they would fit? Face:palm! I really wanted to know what it would look like! Thanks for posting the pic! Like a more rugged Kahn! ;-)
 

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The cool thing about building myself a 110 completely from a pile of acquired parts is that it can go in any direction. Recent parts trades have it looking like its coming together as a 5 door, ribbed roof, push button door, gems v8,auto. I'm leaning towards stornoway, bonatti, or similar color all over.
Galvanized frame,bulkhead, t posts, tub supports etc. Black leather,td5 dash, w d2 rear seat conversion, black carpet.
Probably only take me a couple years since I'm booked up building other peoples trucks.
 

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Well, Kahn did copy the design. So that would make sense!
Exactly! But 18" is about as big a rim as one could fit legit AT it MT tyres on. 20" Kahn's are for mall crawlers.

------ Follow up post added September 11th, 2015 11:47 AM ------

Might would sell mine:
Dale, what size tyre is that on your mondial? When I zoom in far enough to see, its a Monet!
 

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I had the tires on an F-150, and what I liked for the Rover application is it almost gets tall/skinny look as they are 285/75-18, or 35/11-11.50. Enough sidewall at 8.5" with improved handling IMHO. And can still air down albeit a bit quicker.
 

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Doug, I still love Stornoway gray painted on my Double Cab build. Shouldn't of ever sold that truck...
 

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