View Full Version : Single wheel on a dually axle?
10-28-2008, 02:19 AM
I'm looking at my project and I'm thinking more and more that a set of 1 ton dually axles may be my best bet to go. But I'm wondering(I'm sure it wouldn't be an issue but I'll ask anyways) I am going to run 2 different sets of tires(1 commercial truck tire set of 265/70R19.5's and an equvalent set of offroad boggers for when I go offroad) So I was hoping that there wouldn't be any issues if I was to run a dually axle with only a single rear wheel when I go wheeling. the SRW would be as wide as the DRW's anyways the rear wheels are only like 7" wide to begin with and I want at least a 14" tire I realize there will be a probably 2 inch gap in between the dual rear wheels but thats ok.
11-14-2008, 08:52 PM
Been considering super single concept myself. Looking at 325 Nittos on 12" wide wheels but having trouble finding steel wheels in 17 or 18 size...
11-30-2008, 06:01 PM
Found some Pacer 18x12 rated at 3500 lbs each yesterday...
Auction ended a couple minutes ago but i am sure they will be relisted. Just biding my time. ;)
Also found 20x11 super single wheels. Manufacturer says they will soon make for 3500 trucks, not jsut the current 4500/5500 offerings. www.grasstruck.com.
01-08-2009, 10:13 PM
Yes, it is really easy. I had 35x11.50s single tire on the dually for a long time, than I needed to tow a lot so went back to a dually. All you need is 8 lug rims and 32 lugnuts, since a single wheel is centered by the beveled lugnuts unlike the bud wheels that use the actual hub to center and flat lugnuts.
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