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    My PR60's with Full Float

    Quote Originally Posted by StrizzyChris View Post
    What wheels are you planning on running? I know a guy who's running 4.25" backspacing and was getting rub on his control arms at full turn with his 68.5" axle and 14.50"(i think thats the width) wide tires. Not sure what width Eddie or Greg are running but i would ask them or Dynatrac if going 69 or 69.5" would be something to consider. It would make for tighter squeezing through some trails though.

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    I am running 3.5 BS on spyderlock's. I will ask just to make sure, thanks.

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    My PR60's with Full Float

    Quote Originally Posted by Chiromancer View Post
    As an avid Internet wheeler... I believe EVO's DTD requires 3.5" of back spacing on wheels with its system. On that note... What wheel and tire combo is going with this amazing rig?
    20" spyderlock's with 40" Toyo mt's is the current plan.

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    wow... nice gear. So what's the damage on a package like that?

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    Besides an arm and a leg, I'm guessing $16,675. Lol

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    My PR60's with Full Float

    Quote Originally Posted by mackey View Post
    Besides an arm and a leg, I'm guessing $16,675. Lol
    Axles only.

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    Yup. Just for the 60s. For the tires and wheel you would have to add your other arm and leg

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    My PR60's with Full Float

    And then add for the DTD and probably, long arms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mackey View Post
    Besides an arm and a leg, I'm guessing $16,675. Lol
    I wrote a check... hopefully they don't check the account, haha JK. sounds like you've either done 60's or have quoted them
    Last edited by crippledpetey; 02-20-2013 at 06:54 PM.

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    If you are buying ProRock 60's, they will come in the standard full width axle length of 68.5", UNLESS YOU ARE DOING A CUSTOM WIDTH BUILD AND REQUEST SHORTER or WIDER AXLES. Everything else crippledpetey is getting is basically the standard Dynatrac offering for a JK with some of the most popular upgrades (example: Dynaloc stub hubs). The 8x6.5" (also 8x170mm) lug pattern is just another way of saying 8 lug. You can run wheels with a little bit deeper than the 3.5" backspacing, but you may rub on the coilovers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GCM 2 View Post
    All,
    If you are buying ProRock 60's, they will come in the standard full width axle length of 68.5", UNLESS YOU ARE DOING A CUSTOM WIDTH BUILD AND REQUEST SHORTER or WIDER AXLES. Everything else crippledpetey is getting is basically the standard Dynatrac offering for a JK with some of the most popular upgrades (example: Dynaloc stub hubs). The 8x6.5" (also 8x170mm) lug pattern is just another way of saying 8 lug. You can run wheels with a little bit deeper than the 3.5" backspacing, but you may rub on the coilovers.
    So is there anything you would recommend to do different?

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