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6 lug 14ff

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by 69K5, Dec 5, 2003.

  1. 69K5

    69K5 1/2 ton status

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    someone asked about making a 14ff 6 lug. i stumbled on this over at pirate.

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    something like $290.00 apiece
     
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    The link doesn't work for me. /forums/images/graemlins/confused.gif
     
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    that would be me that was asking, linky no worky though

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    He's talking about these from Grady's offroad. Only thing is there made from aluminum.
     
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    try this one. if it doesnt work look on pirate under 6 lug ff hubs. its in the vendoe showcase made by grady
     
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    yep thats them. maybe tony p could make some i thinbk he does some stuff out of alluminum. id be afraid of breaking it though. and thats a lot of money.
     
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    they are aluminum... but its t6 6061 aluminum. i wouldnt worry about them breaking, especially considering the source...

    j
     
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    yep thats exactly what I was looking for, but for that much cash I think I'll just redrill the hubs and stay with drums
    even though I wanted to use disks /forums/images/graemlins/crazy.gif

    Thanks for locating them for me I knew I seen them some where but I could not remember where
     
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    $290.00 each...
    I hear guys saying that these are too much at $90.00 each...

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    **DROOL*** /forums/images/graemlins/thumb.gif Damn you make some SIK stuff!!
     
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    I have been using Tony's spacers for about 5 months now. I am very impressed with the quality of his product. They have seen some abuse and have held up just fine.
    One thing to keep in mind with the 6-lug hubs (like Grady's) is that your brakes will have to be either custom or high $$$. Not too many people make 6-lug 14bff brakes. I can use any 8-lug brake swap on my 14bff.
     

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