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Old 12-09-2009, 07:51 PM   #1
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anyone know if there is a size difference between AKA and P/L V2 wheels? Height/width/offset. Are they real close?
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SPECS: Diameter: 3.2" (81mm)
Width: 1.7" (42.5mm)
Hex Size: 17mm

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SPECS: Tire Bead Diameter: 87.75mm (3.45")
Width: 42mm (1.65")
Hex Size: 17mm (0.67")
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Old 12-09-2009, 08:12 PM   #3
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doesnt say much since it the bead is a different measurement


ive run Proline tires on AKA wheels and vise-versa...they work fine
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AKA
SPECS: Diameter: 3.2" (81mm)
Width: 1.7" (42.5mm)
Hex Size: 17mm

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SPECS: Tire Bead Diameter: 87.75mm (3.45")
Width: 42mm (1.65")
Hex Size: 17mm (0.67")


you sure about that ?

where are these specs from ?
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just hit them both with a digi caliper on the tire mounting area

AKA = 83.2mm
PL V2 = 82.6mm


pretty close to the same
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just hit them both with a digi caliper on the tire mounting area

AKA = 83.2mm
PL V2 = 82.6mm


pretty close to the same


that's more like it...i was thinkin 5mm+ I dont think so.
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