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    Didn't realize these were so hard to find, I can make them for you if need be, but it might be best to find an old set someone has lying around as steel prices are pretty stupid right meow .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Valley Rock View Post
    ........ it might be best to find an old set someone has lying around.....
    https://www.steelsoldiers.com/showth...=1#post2212344

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    Try this place: https://westerncanadianrockwell.ca/

    I haven't ordered from them, but they showed up in another thread.
    Not so much a signature as a cry for help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by montaillou View Post
    Try this place: https://westerncanadianrockwell.ca/

    I haven't ordered from them, but they showed up in another thread.
    I don't think you are referring to this thread, or...? (Clearly, there are some issues with those.)

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    I will be making some soon I do have the file just waiting on my new plasma table

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim2525 View Post
    Hello, any new info on where I can find 6 mrap to m35 adapter plates? Trying to make a truck show june 8th...

    Tim
    Western Canadian Rockwell had the best price when I bought mine, but... see link below!
    Quote Originally Posted by gringeltaube View Post
    I don't think you are referring to this thread, or...? (Clearly, there are some issues with those.)
    If you do decide your going to order from them, I’d give them a call first and see if they will countersink the lug seats to the correct depth for you.


    Western Canadian RockwellIMG_6612.jpg
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    This is what a proper seat looks likeIMG_6634.jpg


    Also, be aware that Western Canadian Rockwell hides behind their “off road use only” disclaimer to counter their poor workmanship. Interestingly they do go through the expense of engraving “off road use only” on the adapters, but not cutting proper lug seats in them!
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    Zombie5ton,can you make them for a decent to 10 hole bud truck wheel.If so how much for 4?

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    For mrap or combat

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    Sorry I'm confused, I thought the map wheels were a different 10 bolt pattern than the semi truck wheels.I'm thinking running super singles 22.5 on the Duece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 50BMG View Post
    Sorry I'm confused, I thought the map wheels were a different 10 bolt pattern than the semi truck wheels.I'm thinking running super singles 22.5 on the Duece.
    Only two 10-bolt patterns are being used in the truck world, military or civilian:
    1) SAE std: 10 on 11-¼", with a 8-¾" (pilot)center hole.
    2) Metric: 10 on 335mm (13.19"), with a pilot hole of 281mm (11.063").

    Most MRAP wheels come with the type 2) center, as well as many of the more modern 22.5" OTR truck wheels.

    Most likely, what you need is an adapter plate, 10-on-335mm --> 6-on-8.75".
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