In my case I have a flatbed and wont be doing any bed switching. Homegrowguitars states:
On the front of the truck I removed the wheel adapters and added 1 1/2 spacers, no rub.
he is using 285 75 17 nitto Hwy tires. I'll be running close to stock size 16's for now but want to be able to go up to some wider 33 all terrains.
I like that he or she " left the studs in the rear uncut in case I ever wanted a flat bed dually" I did not know that could be done, cool.
Is there any issue with keeping my dually wheels and using them as single. was wondering if I couldnt perhaps remove the outer rear wheels and flip the inners. I'm sure there is a reason why I cant, but don't know it. thanks for helping me with my homework!
I thought I would have to switch hub assemblies of some kind. Dont know what stight differences in rear wheel track would mean handling wise but seems I'd sure want the same or a little wider in the back?
Lets just say like in Homegrown guitars reply, I got my reasons for going from dwr to srw ( or I think I do and want to try it), I, like, him will try and leave flexibility to easily return to dual rear whells when needed. That 23 mpg w mileage is impressive. I cant run full pressure until I replace my shocks. Only getting around 15 with my 5 speed, but low pressure in the meantime. Let me know what else you did. a side note I guess i may have to have the ABS reprogrammed for different tire sizes?
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