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74 EB with front drums on 44. 9" rear.

Anyone know the widths WMS to WMS?

Thanks Guys.
 

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Originally posted by MilspecXJ:
<STRONG>74 EB with front drums on 44. 9" rear.

Anyone know the widths WMS to WMS?

Thanks Guys.</STRONG>

I know this may be a stupid question but can someone tell me what WMS is? Also is the WMS for a 74 the same as a 77 rear9"???? Thanks in advance?
 

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Wheel Mounting Surface to Wheel Mounting Surface. Width before ya bolt the wheels on.

All 9" widths would be the same for the Early Bronco's.

I believe front width changed slightly with the later disc brakes on the 44.

Hope this helped.
 

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Originally posted by MilspecXJ:
<STRONG>Wheel Mounting Surface to Wheel Mounting Surface. Width before ya bolt the wheels on.

All 9" widths would be the same for the Early Bronco's.

I believe front width changed slightly with the later disc brakes on the 44.

Hope this helped.</STRONG>
So this would be the housing flange to housing flange? Not including the brake drums?
 

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Originally posted by tx97jeep:
<STRONG>So this would be the housing flange to housing flange? Not including the brake drums?</STRONG>
NO, Wheel Mounting Surface. Where the inner part of wheel rests against the drum or rotor when you put it on to tighten down the lug nuts.

Picture this....you remove your wheel/tire combo...the furthest point outward (closest to you) which has the wheel studs affixed.
 

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Originally posted by MilspecXJ:
<STRONG>NO, Wheel Mounting Surface. Where the inner part of wheel rests against the drum or rotor when you put it on to tighten down the lug nuts.

Picture this....you remove your wheel/tire combo...the furthest point outward (closest to you) which has the wheel studs affixed.</STRONG>
Thanks, after I think about it, I feel stupid, DUH

[ 09-25-2001: Message edited by: tx97jeep ]
 
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