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    Dual 14.00x20. Flip rear hubs, bridge truck wheels on inside, regular wheels that came on the truck on outside, yes they will fit nicely on the wheels. Air up to 60psi and there will be about 1&1/4 inch of spacing between duals on a heavy 816. You do not need any kind of spacers.
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    Looks aggressive, nice foot print.
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    Cool. How wide does that make you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jbulach View Post
    Cool. How wide does that make you?
    98" with 11.00's. The 14.00's should put it about 104" at minimum and possibly a good deal wider.

    Legal max is 102" without using placards.

    I like the way it looks. The stance is spot on. This should also increase load handling and crane stability.

    I'd be interested in a measured width instead of my guesses.....

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    It measures right at 111" wide. The crane is coming off at some point. I am gonna try to put a big hydraulic winch in its place, and figure out some sort of pump for it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lighten View Post
    It measures right at 111" wide. The crane is coming off at some point. I am gonna try to put a big hydraulic winch in its place, and figure out some sort of pump for it.
    You gonna build some fenders to cover the outboard tires or can you run it like that in your state without getting a visit from the fuzz?
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    Quote Originally Posted by steelsoldiers View Post
    You gonna build some fenders to cover the outboard tires or can you run it like that in your state without getting a visit from the fuzz?
    I been running it like it is. Its company use only(not for hire) and the fuzz knows what we do around here, so we won't have any problems.

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    Love that look!

    Forgive my ignorance, what hubs are you flipping?

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    That looks sweet! Could this be done with 53's Michelin's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iceman3005 View Post
    That looks sweet! Could this be done with 53's Michelin's?
    I doubt it. At least not without spacers between the wheels.

    And what you can get away with empty will change with a load and some sidewall flex.

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