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Old 02-27-2006, 04:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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dually conversion spacers

coverting my truck in sig. to a dually for the summer months for asphalt biz.
I need a part number or link for wheel spacers I need to use to run dually wheels with my current axle
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Old 02-27-2006, 05:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: dually conversion spacers

Hey man if you search the internet you will find a nice set up this is just one compnay that sells the peices

Click Here

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Old 02-27-2006, 05:21 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Re: dually conversion spacers

link no work

Do I need to run two dish wheels and 2 non
or 4 dished wheels?
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White over Ebony
Limo Tint all the way around
F350 Blocks- 1 1/2" Shackle kit up Front
Eagle Alloys
265/75/16 Toyo Open Country M/T's
5" straight pipe

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1992 Ford F250- excab- 4x4- Canary Yellow- 12 valve Cummins Swap- NV4500 5spd-
"Ford Makes It-Cummins Shakes It"
Rip Rook's 4inch straight pipe exhaust
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Pump Timing Set to 17*
Isspro Pryo and Boost Gauges on the Pillar
rolling on 285's Toyo M55's
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Old 02-27-2006, 05:25 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Re: dually conversion spacers

Check with <font color="blue">THESE FOLKS</font> they have done very well with conversions and adapters and such.

You can put adapters on the front and rear so your front and rear tires will be dually wheels so you will only need one spare or you can put the duals on the rear only but wheels for the rear will not work on the front.

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Re: dually conversion spacers

anyone know what they run for a price?
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F350 Blocks- 1 1/2" Shackle kit up Front
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Pump Timing Set to 17*
Isspro Pryo and Boost Gauges on the Pillar
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Re: dually conversion spacers

anyone?

does anyone have a lead on 4 steel dually rims?
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F350 Blocks- 1 1/2" Shackle kit up Front
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5" straight pipe

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1992 Ford F250- excab- 4x4- Canary Yellow- 12 valve Cummins Swap- NV4500 5spd-
"Ford Makes It-Cummins Shakes It"
Rip Rook's 4inch straight pipe exhaust
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Pump Timing Set to 17*
Isspro Pryo and Boost Gauges on the Pillar
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Re: dually conversion spacers

Got a steel rim for my F250 (not a dually rim) for $35 from the local salvage yard. Pricing I would think would be comparable, it will depend mostly on how many the salvage yard has.

You can email Arrowcraft from their website to see about pricing or suppliers near you. I could not find pricing on their site, although I have found it in the past (several years ago) on their site. No idea why.

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