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Old 10-19-2007, 06:12 PM
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Question Thinking about 10 lugs????

I am thinking about 10 lugging Big Momma. I know the traditional application will work. Thanks Logan But has any one ever seen one running the Big Rig dually delete? The tire size is either 455/50R-22.5 or 455/55R-22.5. Will these pose clearance issues? Also anyone running them pics are welcome!!
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Are you talking about the super singles. That would be freakin sick. I would love to do that. Just think of the burnouts you could do with those big ole wide tires. Now that would be a set of black marks
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Yep that is exactly what I am thinking about and Yeah the burnouts would just be AWESOME!!!!!
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As long as you can get the back spacing right, you wont have any problems. Not sure what it is though.
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These are the ones that I am thinking about.

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Yeah, I've seen those before. Did you find any wheels that would work?
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Super singles would be awesome, I have not seen anyone do that yet. Your driveshaft might disagree about how cool a burnout would be!

I saw a dually here in MD today with 24.5s on it. It looked like at least 8 inches of lift if not more. It looked sweet!
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Yeah, I've seen those before. Did you find any wheels that would work?
Yeah the local tire shop sells the wheels for them just have to go down and talk about the feasability of it. I was hoping that someone on here had the info I needed. If nothing else I will just do the regular upgrade. Just hope this works out.
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Come to think of it, they should be set up with the same back spacing. I think you would be ok running them. They are made for singles on the rear of big rigs, and there would be the same issues with doing it on a big rig as one of our trucks. So, if you followed all of that, I would think that they would be designed to work with our applications too.
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american racing wheels sells special adapters for supersingles on super dutys,

americanracingwheels.com - Always the Best!

(not sure where the always the best came from, i didn't type that)

anyway, would you list any websites you find for the adapters? i want to put 22.5's on my dually

thanks
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