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stormtrooper
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Re: 33's vs 35's on a 70 Series V8

Unread post by stormtrooper » January 21st, 2015, 5:52 pm

vxcruiser08 wrote:And BTW - The 5.7 LS1's and the LS3's are great motors ;) i've a had a few of them (in HSV's though!) very economical, so a completely different engine however if you drive sensibly you will get great economy.
Mine isn't an LS (Chev) engine but a Holden 350 (last of the real Holden engines with the Harrop crank) and I still have good power and decent economy.

ngatts96
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79 series vdj79r - what offset???

Unread post by ngatts96 » February 2nd, 2015, 9:26 pm

What offset?
im new to this type of ute, I need a new set of tyres and rims as I have split rims and stock tyres (yuck) I want to get some mickey Thomson classic 3's with Baja mtz's (33')
I'm curious on what offset can I go for real deep rims? I heard everyone goes 0 offset but I'm curious and no I'm not putting spacers on. Thanks
VDJ79R 2007 V8 Landcruiser ute,
2' ironman lift, 3' exhaust, Tjm barwork, 33' maxxis bighorns, gme uhf + aerial,

Dans Rig
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76 series tyre size?

Unread post by Dans Rig » February 7th, 2015, 4:07 pm

hi all
just wanting to know how people are setting up their 76 cruisers. I was planning on going a 2" lift with 33's, offset rims on the back.
chasing some info from anyone has done it, am I going the right way.
up for any suggestions
cheers all

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Re: Got or want bigger tyres? Come in here!

Unread post by vxcruiser08 » February 7th, 2015, 8:32 pm

On my 79 dual cab I am running 315/17/16's, 0 offset on the front and -55 on rear (king steel wheels). Turned out a treat and addresses the wheel track issue. Doing the certification tests in a few weeks.

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76 wheel options?

Unread post by jamesw » February 11th, 2015, 4:11 pm

Hi all. I'm new to this game but just acquired myself a 76 series workmate. I am looking to swap out the wheels and have found some 16x8 +3 offset sunnies going cheap. Will these fit my bus or should I be looking for something else?

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Re: Got or want bigger tyres? Come in here!

Unread post by Dustmiester » February 17th, 2015, 3:42 pm

Team,
I have just gone from 33" TTC claws to 35" ATZ-P3's (M/T's) all terrain.

Truck - 2011 (pre ABS) 70 series cab/chassis (pic attached with 35"'s fitted)
Suspension/Lift - OME (ARB Fitted) 2" lift;
Wheel spacers - I have fitted 1.5" Snake Racing wheel spacers to correct rear wheel track issues;
Wheels - ROH BlakTrak 16x8 with 0 offset steelies;

Comments - With 33"s the truck used to cruise at 100km\h @ 2,450 rpm, with the 35"'s now fitted it cruises at 100km/h @ 1,800 rpm (you can barely hear it running). I'm not sure about fuel consumption figures just yet but I would suggest that I would be getting slightly better numbers as the engine isn't running quite as hard (open to comment on that one)!

The speedo is about 16.5% out of whack and I am in the process of fitting a "Marks adaptors" digital speedo correction unit which will solve this issue, as well as correct my odometer reading.

The 35" don't scrub on any portion of the body work (front or rear)! That being said I am about to commence a trip to the Cape (early June, 2015) so with a bit of articulation Ill find out if they scrub I guess!

I haven't had any issues with the "Snake Racing" wheels spacers. I spent a lot of time (as everyone does) researching wheels spacers (yes I know they are illegal) and ensured that I fitted them correctly. I used high strength thread-lock when fitting them and torqued them up correctly. I also marked the studs and nuts with nail polish so I can inspect them for movement, which I do very regularly. I've had them on now for over 12 months (which included a Simpson crossing & Fraser Island) and have had no issues.
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15x10 -44 legal?

Unread post by Ihz75 » May 12th, 2015, 3:23 pm

Hey fellahs

Been looking at getting a new set of muds for my 75 series. Look around for while and keep seeing different answers... Just curious to know if 33's on 15x10 -44 rims is recommended / legal? And if anyone has pics of a similar set up on -44 rims thatd be great! Cheers.

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Re: 79 02 cruiser tyre size.

Unread post by midas » June 14th, 2015, 1:12 am

You can run 285/75/16 without lift.

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tyre size 75 series

Unread post by adrian942 » December 29th, 2015, 7:38 am

hi all. i have a 1995 hjz 75 running 31/10.5/15 at the moment. have a spare that is the 16 7.5 split stock rim what is the size of that tire in 15 and 16 inch tires also what offset dose the cruiser have, can rims from anything else fit these to go bigger and how big of tyre would recommend with out going insane and cost a penny in fuel
many thanks

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