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    Wheel track

    Just looking at the specs for a 1988 one ten , It says the wheel track front and rear is 1486mm
    is that correct ?

    If so ? Looking at the perentie front and rear track The specs say 1498mm ,
    Some sources put it at 1500mm even
    Is one wrong ? Do the perentie's have a small wheel offset change , or ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowy View Post
    Just looking at the specs for a 1988 one ten , It says the wheel track front and rear is 1486mm
    is that correct ?

    If so ? Looking at the perentie front and rear track The specs say 1498mm ,
    Some sources put it at 1500mm even
    Is one wrong ? Do the perentie's have a small wheel offset change , or ?
    I thought the perentie's were significantly wider, like another 150 mm, but I'm not sure on the exact figure

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    Same as a civvy 110

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    Perenties have Australian made wheels as part of the requirements for local content in the Project Perentie contract. The Perentie wheels are half an inch wider than the 110 wheels, which would all go on the outside of the wheel (i.e. the wheel backspace remains the same, a quarter inch less positive offset) to avoid impeding steering lock. That means you'd have a quarter inch more track on each side, or a half inch on the vehicle.
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    Found on a quick google search the 6x6ís are wider as Iíve been told previously.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dervish View Post
    Perenties have Australian made wheels as part of the requirements for local content in the Project Perentie contract. The Perentie wheels are half an inch wider than the 110 wheels, which would all go on the outside of the wheel (i.e. the wheel backspace remains the same, a quarter inch less positive offset) to avoid impeding steering lock. That means you'd have a quarter inch more track on each side, or a half inch on the vehicle.
    Thanks Dervish , Makes sense
    I'm toying with the idea of some rims that are + 6 offset, That would make them legal, Where standard one ten rims would make them illegal

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