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Old 09-12-2022, 10:11 AM   #43
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#71-0004 here. I changed to 16''. It was the best move for (forever) tire availability. Stockton Wheel did a great job. The rims are about 10 lbs lighter for less un-sprung weight, an added bonus. SW should still have my front and rear specs (Offset is different for each). We run Bridgestone on all wheels and fully expect to get 30-40K miles from them.
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Old 12-07-2022, 09:10 PM   #44
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We have a very early Revcon, #71-0004 that had the OEM wheels. We sent the 4 wheels to Stockton Wheel. They first got the front offset bit off but they stood tall and made them right. For the rears we had several conversations with them and I took pix and did my own measurements. They just cut the middle out and weld up (16" in our case). They are great and well made. We now use Bridgestone 16"s all around and we are on the way to 40,000 miles. Great tires, reasonably priced and they are available ANYWHERE. We didn't ditch the spare OEM wheel and tire because if we have a flat, that will still fit just fine.
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