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Re: WD9 tires and wheels

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12-22-2012 19:24:31

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My 18.4s are pretty tight. I know WOpp knows A LOT more about these big machines that I do, but mine were tight. I am going back to 16.4s. I think it might have to do with how the rims are made. I would guess when you start getting that wide the offset will start playing a role. Mine are right in the middle IIRC, but WOpps might be towards the inside. I am just thinking out loud, I could be way off.

Here are some shots of mine with 18.4s. Looking at the pictures there is quite a bit of clearance. I thought I remembered less, but pictures don't lie. I would guess mud could pack in there pretty good!

I would measure now, but that might be tough. :lol: It is actually stripped a lot further than that right now. WOpps is waiting for me to figure out which brake activator I need and then he will ship a TON of parts out to me. I think I am getting close to putting things back together after that!

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12-23-2012 01:30:18

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 Re: WD9 tires and wheels in reply to sflem849, 12-22-2012 19:24:31  
wow.looks like you have quite a project there. I see you have something else I want to put on WD9, live hydraulics. I haven't started looking yet, but I am going to start soon.

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12-23-2012 04:52:31

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 Re: WD9 tires and wheels in reply to 53H, 12-23-2012 01:30:18  
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This is a factory system. I don't remember what year, but the 9s got live hyd way earlier than the letter series.

WOpp might have that setup for you. He lives in 9 country and has access to quite a few parts.

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12-23-2012 09:06:21

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 Re: WD9 tires and wheels in reply to sflem849, 12-23-2012 04:52:31  
Mine has that same Hyd, If I remember right Dad took the belt pully off. Don't know if he had to to get the hyd on.

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