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Old 04-19-2003, 10:08 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Mog rims

Is there any kind of rims that fits on a 404 mog exept the originals ones
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Old 04-19-2003, 11:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hey THX, How do these look?? : )

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16.5 Hummer wheels with Mog centers, on their way to my house!!

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You need to fix your picture!!
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Old 04-19-2003, 09:57 PM   #4 (permalink)
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No he needs to get a RED STAR or he cant post pictures. Got to pay for the bandwidth for passing along all this wealth of information somehow. (not my rules.... but I support it)

anyway here is some info

http://usa6x6.com/military/rims/

he sells 20" and hummer rims with redone mog centers.

Also http://sorv.com/ sells them too. New tires are starting to hit the market in the 20" rim so I say save the $$ that you would use for new rims and invest in the newer tires comming out in 20"
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hummer rims with mog centers. you can trim the backing plate some and turn dowm the brake drum, and you can inset them ALOT more, that way you can make it fit on a 7ft wide trailer with no problems
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I bought "Factory Tubular" rims out of Utah. Give Matt / Dallas a call and tell them Daren sent you. The rims are awsome.
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No he needs to get a RED STAR or he cant post pictures. Got to pay for the bandwidth for passing along all this wealth of information somehow. (not my rules.... but I support it)

anyway here is some info.....

You don't have to have a red star to post pictures. You have to have a red star to attach pictures. Posting a linked picture doesn't take up bandwidth.

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Now the only problem is that im living in Norway and i will cost alot of money to ship the rims over
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You don't have to have a red star to post pictures. You have to have a red star to attach pictures. Posting a linked picture doesn't take up bandwidth.
ooops. Sorry Augua. On the first try I edited you post instead of quoting it .

Any who's... "Post"... "Attach".... its just semantics. This site is surviving on the skin of its teeth. If you want it to survive then pony up measly $20 bucks a year. Popups go away and you can ATTACH photo's that will actuallyyyyyy stay in the archives. Great tech benefit.
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Now the only problem is that im living in Norway and i will cost alot of money to ship the rims over
How street legal the rims has to be for ya? We have made ours just from 16.5" wheels. Cut the old center of, then get 4 wheels of 508 or something that size mercedes van and take the centers from those and then little machining and welding. And thats how you got your wheels.

And for original Mog drum brakes it's also possible to use straight wheel centers. So go to laser cut company and order set of wheel centers with mog bolt pattern and they'll cut them for you

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