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    I have a line on wheels to single out Sarabell (M818 ) but want to make sure I am getting ones that might work.GetAttachmentThumbnail.jpg
    You bright guys, are these combat wheels? Any problem with them on an 809 series? I assume the fronts will need hemtt wheels?
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    Those are FMTV wheels. Yes, they will work for your application.
    You need HEMTT wheels on the front axle if you wanted to run 16.00's.

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    Not planning on 16.00 as they seem hard to find. I see quite a few fmtv with 395s.
    any rub issues?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRAKMT View Post
    ... any rub issues?
    Not at all; not with the 395's on FMTV wheels.

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    Thanks guys.
    Will I need to remove the runflat lines or how do they work on the m809 series?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KRAKMT View Post
    Thanks guys.
    Will I need to remove the runflat lines or how do they work on the m809 series?
    No runflats or beadlock inserts on the standard 1100 tires on an 809 series. You can obtain runflats and inserts for the combat wheels but not required.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simp5782 View Post
    No runflats or beadlock inserts on the standard 1100 tires on an 809 series. You can obtain runflats and inserts for the combat wheels but not required.
    I think he means the CTIS lines on the wheels. Those should just be removed and a valvestem used.

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    I need to get my eyes checked.

    Yes you would need to remove them or replace the valve stem. The standard LMTV valve stem will not accept a valve cap as they are smooth bore.

    I have replacement valve stems listed in the classifieds for cheap
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    16.00’s are pretty easy to find. It’s the 14.00’s that are getting rare.
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