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Siwynne



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These guys had a load of gen wolf take offs. Don’t know if they have any left. Some interesting stock too.

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Siwynne



Member Since: 04 Nov 2016
Location: West lancs
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https://cabmasters.com/?s=Land%20Rover&post_type=product

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United Kingdom 1995 Defender 110 300 Tdi SW Alpine White
Re: Modifications to fit wolf wheels

rleslie wrote:
Hello,

I'm not mechanically minded, hence the stupid question....... I'm thinking of changing my alloy wheels and going for a set of wolf wheels. What modifications if any do I need at the hub to fit wolf wheels with nuts? Whats the rough cost? Is it an easy job?

Cheers


no need for any mods. just get the torque right (170NM for wolf wheels). note Army issued wheels are rated 2200kg and most aftermarket copies are in the 1100-1500kg bracket. 110 Defender 300tdi & modified Trailer Widetrack mk3 & maggiolina rooftent

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