Thread: Timbren 3500 Axel-less and 5x120 bolt pattern...

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    Default Timbren 3500 Axel-less and 5x120 bolt pattern...

    Anyone know what the most cost effective and elegant solution is to get LR friendly wheels to play nice on a Timbren 3500 based trailer build? Really want all the wheels to be interchangeable.
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    Bolt on adapters...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haf-E View Post
    Bolt on adapters...
    Any idea where they might be sourced from?
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    I may have a set of bolt on adapters for sale. Let me check the garage tomorrow and get back to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acg View Post
    I may have a set of bolt on adapters for sale. Let me check the garage tomorrow and get back to you.
    Much obliged.
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    I put D2 wheels on my teardrop. Todd at TC Teardrops sourced the spacers. I bought a spare tire/rim too but I'm pretty sure my LR3 spare will go on the trailer in a pinch. I'm going to try it when the weather gets better. 13072968_10209152119105550_563015790_o.jpg
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    First....is your timbren the one for "off road tires?" Mine was and it was mounted about 2 inches from the outside trailer edge. I still needed a 3 inch spacer to fix the rubbing problem.

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