Check out the Accuride catalog, page 24.
They offer 12.25" x 22.5" wheels with about 4" offset / inset.
They are designed for US 10 hole, 285.75 pitch circle, with 220 mm bore.
The mounting measurements are all metric, so you might be lucky :):):):)
These wheels would fit something like a...
Just to summarize:
- weigh each axle fully loaded
- Refer to the Goodyear published document I posted - note these are industry standard load / pressure tables for 65 mph.
- Use those recommended pressures for best tire performance, if you like.
There are also instructions in the document on...
If I understand correctly you are using 425/65R22.5 tires.
The tire pressures you quoted from the GY military brochure are for max rated load - 11,400 lbs at 120 psi (according to GY tech data).
If you look at the load / inflation tables, page 18, you will see minimum cold inflation...
There's a lot of work in this conversion. I could certainly make you plates, and maybe you could get the wheels machined locally, to specs I could give you.
For those of you with Ford pattern wheels I could make plates with that bolt pattern.
The original wheels were 75 lbs, but I machined maybe 5 lbs out of them.
The plates are close to 30 lbs each - heavy but strong ! I thought about drilling out some more material, but it wouldn't make much difference.
So close to 100 lbs each. More than I hoped, but hopefully plenty...
The GM Topkick / Kodiak use wheels with 8 lugs on a 275 mm circle. Very hard to find wheels other than 19.5".
I want 335/80R20 tires - 41" diameter, about 13" wide.
So, for my projected axle weights, I'll have the following pressures for highway speeds:
Front - 6,700 lbs => 37...
Stazworks wheels. Tom replaced the original 3/8" bolts with 12 mm, according to his Instagram post.
I'm using some Hutchinson 20" wheels on my GMC Topkick - same truck as this.
Hutchinson uses 5/8" (16 mm) studs to hold the wheels together.
I like the HMMWV jack - where can I get one from...
Discussion is good !
More thoughts; not sure if I'm right though......
I think the overall width of single tires on the front is often less than the outer dual on the rear.
So for the front, the offset, or backspace is set up to clear the brakes; and for wider rims, that width makes the overall...
This might be interesting...
Puma site for 12v / 24 compressors. Made in Taiwan.
Scroll down for specs - there's a page for "Professional Direct Drive Oil-less 12v/24v"