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    Anyone know what the wheel studs are? M21? Thread pitch?
    Wheel holes are 24mm.
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    SECM M1031 becoming a "M1031E2" (DRW, Utility Box & 16k GVW)

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    Anyone know where I can find 4 wheels from a Stryker or a cougar?

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    Lots of guys were buying LAV tires and rims a while ago just to get the tires for their m715s. Might try asking over at www.m715zone.com

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    Thank you. Is there anyone here that's knowledgeable about the axle tech 4000 axles?

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    I've got the T-cases, what do you want to know? I'm still learning but might be able to help.

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    Bear with me. Lol. I've got a Chevrolet Kodiak c4500 that I'm converting to a personal vehicle daily driver. It's currently 2WD and to convert to a 4wd, all I need now is a front end. A high pinion Dana Super70 is the only axle for the front and are rare as frog hairs. Not to mention the bolt pattern is the same as the Stryker and RG-31. Other option is to convert to the axle tech 4000 axles. How do they handle, how reliable are they, and with my truck not being air brakes, where can I find the caliper and setup for the rotors. Any help is greatly appreciated. I wish to run the 46" XZL

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    try https://www.facebook.com/Bigfoot-Mil...31177/?fref=ts in Sanford Fl - I got 6 from him a while back. Hutchinson 0420 16x9 for the 13.25" wide XML's
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    I'm looking for 20" x 8 aluminum wheels with an 8 x 275 lug pattern. I believe these were used on Stryker.
    Does anybody have any or any ideas where I could find some please ?
    I have found steel wheels, but really want alumium to keep the weight down.
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