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Here are my "drive a 521 through the center hole" wheels.   :yawn:

 

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Yeah just not sure how to go lower? Saw a 521 on instagram with the same size wheels and 205/50s but they just look too tall IMHO.

 

I can reindex another notch and get bigger blocks (3 to 4”) in the rear but not sure if that detrimental? Or can I reindex and do 720 4x4 leaf springs in the rear?

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I run 195/65R15 on K5s.

 

One notch/adjust to the front.

Removed a couple leaf with 3 "blocks in the back.

 

Rides good for what it is and there is almost no gap/rubbing.

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Excuse me sir but are those 5x100 to match your rear end , also I must do the bed side skirts look so much bedder  , now can you pass the mustard.

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23 hours ago, Rick-rat said:

Do you get a lot of tire rub with those dually's ?

No not much I cut the rear fenders out for clearance. 

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17 hours ago, Tucson620 said:

They look like vintage Shelby Mesh mags I had for Z car.  Didn't know they existed for 6 lug. But there were a lot of similar knock-offs.  Pretty cool looking.

https://zcarsource.com/wheel-shelby-mesh-14x7-used

 

Thanks Tuscon! That set me off down the path of finding them. Shelby Mesh mags are super similar but these ended up being Appliance Mesh / Ansen Cross Wire, but I couldn't have been able to track them down without your help!

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Just picked up these gems for my 620.

16x8, 0 offset Decem-10s.

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Now I can get rid of my 15x7, -15 offset Decem-10s, that wouldn't fit over my disk brake conversion,

and the recently acquired 16x8, 0 offset SSR Spiel Stadt mesh, that are in need of refurbishing (that I have little time to work on). 

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Truck when I got it had 14 x something slot mags 

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Titan Off Road 17x7.5 +30

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Just picked these up. American Racing Hurricanes 15x8.5. Ad says 4.25 backspace which translates to -12 offset (I think)

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Still trying to determine what tire size I want. I don’t really want any stretch. 225 50 15 maybe? 

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On 8/22/2019 at 6:09 PM, G-Duax said:

Now I can get rid of my 15x7, -15 offset Decem-10s, that wouldn't fit over my disk brake conversion,

Which disc brake conversion did you do?

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On ‎2‎/‎9‎/‎2020 at 10:21 AM, Drummerboy4as said:

Which disc brake conversion did you do?

 

Had bought Beebani's brackets off a guy on eBay, to use Z32 NA calipers Honda Passport rotors.

But all is for naught, as I was T-boned Friday, and the truck, with the 4-link/Watts link conversion, and one wheel, was totaled......

 

The brakes had not been installed yet, due to never having time (12 hour days suck).

Make me an offer........

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22 minutes ago, G-Duax said:

 

Had bought Beebani's brackets off a guy on eBay, to use Z32 NA calipers Honda Passport rotors.

But all is for naught, as I was T-boned Friday, and the truck, with the 4-link/Watts link conversion, and one wheel, was totaled......

 

The brakes had not been installed yet, due to never having time (12 hour days suck).

Make me an offer........

I already have those brakes, was just curious if your 15’s fit over them. Bummer about the truck tho

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They should, if they are not Decem-10s.

They had the tire mound depression on the inside barrel, so I had to go 16s on them.

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Enkei RT-6  20x9 with a 12 offset, custom powdercoated Satin Dark Bronze with Gold flake.

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