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Old 02-06-2020, 09:53 AM   #21
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Dayton wheels are a pain. You can’t change much! Wider tires need different spacer. You can’t do what you want without a mountain of work! Lowering bus will reduce gear ratio waaaay too much. Forget the garage. Easier to cut the door bigger!
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Old 02-06-2020, 01:14 PM   #22
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Dayton wheels are a pain. You can’t change much! Wider tires need different spacer. You can’t do what you want without a mountain of work! Lowering bus will reduce gear ratio waaaay too much. Forget the garage. Easier to cut the door bigger!



or cut 6" deep grooves/channels for the wheels in the floor. lol....

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11x22.5 on the rear and 10x20 steer on the front manufacturer listing 825x20 with 20x7 rims what I'm trying to do is drop the rear about 6in so it will fit in the garage the door is 10 foot high bus is 10ft4in
Timohara, why do you want to park it in the garage? Ro work on it or store it? That seems to be the real problem.
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