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why 7? these aren't something that you'd leave bolted to the wheels. it would stay on the hubs. yeah one machinist posted in this thread - I'll have to dig up the info of the one who made my set who is likely closer to you.
having a hub centering ring can make mounting easier it also can allow you to use non-budd wheels.Jeepjake:
That lip at the centre of your adaptor, is that because its hubcentric?
And i take it hubcentric means that you can rest the wheel on the centre while you attach the nuts and its partially supported on the hub, while a nut centric is merely resting on the bolts and their tension, is that correct?
That thread is for adapting MRAP wheels to a deuce, totally different than what they are trying to accomplish in this thread.Hey Guys,
Just a quick note, there is a new thread posted with adaptor plates for sale for $750 a set of 6. In case you haven't found the thread, it's located here; http://www.steelsoldiers.com/showthread.php?98220-MRAP-ADAPTER-PLATES-to-fit-395-85r20-10-Lug-MRAP-Wheels-to-Deuce-2-Styles-Prices.
Hope that helps!
Correct, but there are people that are taking their FMTV rims that this thread is referencing, and having the center hole cut out bigger, and then welding the plate into the center hole. There are pics of someone's FMTV wheel with the plate installed. It looks pretty straight forward. Just another option.That thread is for adapting MRAP wheels to a deuce, totally different than what they are trying to accomplish in this thread.
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