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Dickinsons Wheel Deal

Discussion in 'Defender 90 / 110 / 130' started by moremuckmush, Sep 19, 2021.

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  1. moremuckmush

    moremuckmush Active Member

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    Contemplating getting some wheels for the truck , see these below and wondered if they fit/look OK

    I have an 89 110 with HD hubs on the front but do have 30mm spacers on there already ,
    Anyone got a pick of these type of wheels on just so I get an idea of how much they stick out, I think I know these wheels will only fit mine with the spacers on due to the hubs?
    any info appreciated

    cheers
     

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    slomofo Well-Known Member

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    Just as a reference, these were on my old 90 - Challenger 7x16 ET-25 on standard disc braked axle front & rear (no spacers) 33/12.5/16 Simex - Stuck out a bit too much for the PoPo, sounded like a Lancaster Bomber.


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    moremuckmush Active Member

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    Thanks for this Pal magic , well past the standard arches then as standard and with spacers I'm going to be looking like a combine harvester
     
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    Not as much as mine o_O
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    some mud flick of them I bet Pal , :D
     
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    kevstar Well-Known Member Full Member

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    The first and only time they have out we were recovering someone bogged down to the floor pans
    & my passenger opened the door to see what was happening what a mess lol as we were on full chat haha I had to use a wall paper scraper to scoop the mud out & pressure wash inside it. haha
     
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    I think i have these wheels on mine along with extended arches, mine may be ET -32 though im not sure
     

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    looks impressive Pal ... Nice stance on it
     
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    I'm still looking at these wheels being offered and the seller says his too are -32 offsett, I was hoping I could keep the standard arches but looks like these wheels will stick well past
     
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