No im not missing the old days.....It is alot different wheelin the buggy vs the zuk, the zuk was fun, i can get even nuttier with this one thoughtwistedmetal said:Hey Shane? Starting to sound like you miss the "Old Days." So what's it like not getting to hear sheetmetal crunch?
Ok, OK, mine's not a Sammi, but it's still got an "S!"
The front is 55.9 inches and the rear is 55.1 inches. At least that is what I remember. The 86 rear is 58 inches. My setup is 72-inches wide (outside of tires of course).SilverZuk said:What is the "hub to hub" width on 83 toy axles?
with 61" axles out side to out side of tire with my 37's i am 78" wide.SilverZuk said:Does any one have pics with the tires off looking down the side.
The different backspacing is making it hard to gage how far past the body the axles stick out.
I’ve got an 83 toy ready to buy.
WV lift laws require that the “tires be covered”
I want to see how hard that will be to do with the toy axles.
What is the "hub to hub" width on 83 toy axles?
Ultimately, I want to know if I can get by with wider flares, or negative backspace wheels (stock toy). I don’t want to make it a full time trailer queen. I have to keep it legal for local trips.
BTW what parts should I get from this truck before I scrap it.
Axles – yes