Y62 with 35” Tyres

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Re: Y62 with 35” Tyres

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Might be able to get away with the existing protruding stubs... depending on the rim. Some have recesses in which will accommodate this:


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Re: Y62 with 35” Tyres

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Rhett wrote:
07 Apr 2021 13:54
Might be able to get away with the existing protruding stubs... depending on the rim. Some have recesses in which will accommodate this:



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With 6 hole wheels - I doubt it....
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Re: Y62 with 35” Tyres

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Russ Kellermann wrote:
07 Apr 2021 07:38
Hi Mark.

Much better using these custom spacers with their own studs. :thumbup:

Just make sure the original studs and bolts are not protruding past the wheel spacer mating surface (it looks like they are in the pic - might be an optical illusion). As you need the wheel mating surface to site hard up against the spacer surface with no interference whatsoever, which im sure you already know . (obviously)
Hi Russ, you are right they are protruding slightly. We were going to work them flush however the standard rims have a slight recess over that exact spot so it wasn’t necessary.

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Re: Y62 with 35” Tyres

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Dungbeetle wrote:
07 Apr 2021 16:10
Rhett wrote:
07 Apr 2021 13:54
Might be able to get away with the existing protruding stubs... depending on the rim. Some have recesses in which will accommodate this:



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With 6 hole wheels - I doubt it....
Std rims have the same recess over the existing stud on all 6. 😁

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Re: Y62 with 35” Tyres

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Thats brilliant mate, i'm really pleased it's worked out so well. :thumbup:
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