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 Zero OFFSET Axles

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Tyre size doesn't matter.  You need to know the offset for which the swing arms were made and the stud pattern of the hubs.

You can change the hubs but you cannot change the offset spec.

Cheers

Frank
#5 - 24 May, 2021, 07:45:03 PM
Behind: Oct 2007 KK; custom drawbar; Deans steps; RanOx DC-DC; adjustable Low Voltage Cutout; water-cooled fridge compressor; KKOG axle kit; Fox shocks with canisters, DIY 200 watts thin solar on the roof, GSL controller, 360Ah Lithium batts, Weights upgraded to GTM 2380, ATM 2500.  

In front: 2014 Mazda BT50 with CSM canopy & Off Road Systems fitout, Lovells 2 inch lift & 3500 GVM upgrade, another RanOx, Redarc Tow-Pro, Scangauge

Hi l have a 2015  kruiser s3 l think the set up is the same.
Could u let me know the tyre size please
Hey John, think I have replied but the tyres are 285/70-R17 on steel 5 stud rims.
#4 - 23 May, 2021, 07:34:03 PM
Kimberly Karavan 2015 Eco Suite - towed by 6.5 Chev Nissan Patrol

Hi l have a 2015  kruiser s3 l think the set up is the same.
Could u let me know the tyre size please
#3 - 22 May, 2021, 07:46:45 PM

Folks,

Have just changes my 2015 Karavan Ecosuite suspension from a 5 stud +60 offset axles to a 6 stud setup. As such I have a set of suspension arms and wheels to get rid off. Was going to keep them incase I ever upgraded the tug but have no space.

Looking at about $1500 for the lot. Location Central Coast NSW

So what I have are 

  • Suspension arms
  • 5 Stud hubs and rotors
  • No break callipers
  • Arms suited for air bag setup.

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#2 - 15 May, 2021, 07:48:33 PM
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Kimberly Karavan 2015 Eco Suite - towed by 6.5 Chev Nissan Patrol


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