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shane parr

04-22-2011 17:16:35




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I have a d14 and I would like to fit 28'' rims on it. Will wd rims fit on a d14?




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M Nut

04-23-2011 05:50:44




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 Re: d14-wd wheels in reply to shane parr, 04-22-2011 17:16:35  
I had a D-14 with 28" WD wheels, and like mentioned, you have to take both the rims and centers from the WD and bolt them on the hub of the D-14. The holes should all line up and make for a simple switch.



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Eldon (WA)

04-22-2011 21:07:54




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 Re: d14-wd wheels in reply to shane parr, 04-22-2011 17:16:35  
You won't be able to adjust the wheels all the way in without the tires hitting the fenders. I have a D15 with 28's on it, it has a set of 2" spacers added to set the hub out further.



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shaneparr

04-22-2011 17:52:01




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 Re: d14-wd wheels in reply to shane parr, 04-22-2011 17:16:35  
I found a parts WD that has everything I need. How involved is the process to take the centers off of a WD and put them on a D-14. Will they directly bolt on or are any modifications needed? and will there be any clearance problems?



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Bob Bancroft

04-22-2011 17:24:12




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 Re: d14-wd wheels in reply to shane parr, 04-22-2011 17:16:35  
As long as you use the centers off a WD also.



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