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H1s

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by sandawgk5, Dec 26, 2006.

  1. sandawgk5

    sandawgk5 3/4 ton status

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    Lookin for a set of H1 wheels (5) with stock backspacing. Would prefer 12 bolt but I can deal with 8 bolt style.

    Thanks

    Ira
     
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    mkmiller 1/2 ton status

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    I've got a set of humvee wheels, they are the 8 bolt style. I'd take $20 a piece for them plus shipping. Shipping will probably be about the same, but send me a zip and I'll get an exact quote for you if you're interested.
    Thanks,
    Matthew
     
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    i`ll take a pic and shipping to 01904 or 03070, whichevers cheapest
     
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    6X6USA.com $40.00 a piece.
     
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    NEK5 3/4 ton status Premium Member

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    probably not, but will the stock h1s bolt up to the 8 lugs we run? ie. chevy 1ton
     
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  7. sandawgk5

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    Sorry been out of town sent you a PM.

    Ira
     
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    NEK5 3/4 ton status Premium Member

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    are you still taking these?? I want em!

    also, if i use a DRW d60, will i still need to run spacers? what about on the rear, with a 14bff?
     
  9. sandawgk5

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    If you run a DRW 60 no spacers are required. For a 14FF you need to run something to avoid the staggered look of the tires. If you can find a DRW wide 14FF then you can run H1s with no spacers and it will look stock. The same is true with a DRW Dana 70. You can also take SRW hubs and put them on a 70 or 14FF and have a rear that is as wide as the front but you would have to run custom disc brakes.

    Oh and I cannot get the rims now so go ahead. Dont know when I will have the cash now.

    Ira
     
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    I think i`ll pass, as another deal has first priority....;)
     
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    I`d still like dibs, if ya dont mind, just give me a day or 2 to make sure....
     
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    still waiting on pics:doah: anyone else got em, 8 or 12b style?
     
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    Check with USA6X6.com $40 is the best price I've seen for 8 bolt. Good prices on re-centered as well.
     
  14. NEK5

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    still waiting.....
     
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    Where would one get "custom disc brakes'? Or are they truely custom?

    I have a M1008 that I am robbing the 14FF off of and putting under a K5. Adding disc brakes are part of the overall plan. I recently decided to pick up the Humvee wheels under it - found a set locally and am trying to figure it all out.
     
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    Converting a DRW axle to disc takes a little more than you standard garden variety SRW disc conversion. A new caliper bracket mount needs to be welded to the axle or a weldon bracket needs to be used. There is a post on here aboot converting a Dana 70 DRW to disc. It has to do with the width of the drum and WMS compared to where the backing plate actually attaches to the axle.


    If you are using a SRW 14FF then you can just run them as is but a 2" spacer will bring them out a bit. Look at Readymix's post he runs a 2" spacer front and rear with stock H1s on SRW axles.

    Ira
     
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    still waiting for mkmiller, but anyone else got a good deal?
     
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    I have some H1, 12 bolt wheels. They are in storage at the moment. I will see if I can find pictures of them.
     
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    how much?
     
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    Not sure what they are worth. I would say $40.00 each, plus shipping and handling.
     

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