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MSF here is the picture.

I figured this is the easiest way to send it.
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Re: MSF here is the picture.

You can kind of tell on the left tire, look at the top.
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Well I put a tape to it and there is only like 2 inches of clearance. I'm still not sure about the rims but it maybe around 5.5 inches of backspacing. Also the conversion joint is a Naepco part number, 2-1153, it cost me like 25 bucks.
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Re: MSF here is the picture.

Thanks! I just PM'd you asking you to e-mail it, but nevermind. Those rims probably have 4.25-4.5" bs. Mine are 4.5". My tires are only 12.5" wide though, so I should be ok I hope. I'll mount one on there when the weather is nice to see how close it is. Where'd you get the shiny (stainless?) bolts at?
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Don't worry about the whole 2wd thing. I have put 10000 miles on mine and love it. I found the bolts at a local fastener store. They should have them at your local hardware store. They are not a special thread or anything. They had zinc, grade 8, and stainless with the larger flanged head.
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