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Just to chip in that SOA works well on an ifor, I only did it to get away from those silly little tyres. This is my LM146 long since converted with Disco rims and heavy van tyres 205/60 16s I think they are; The bump stop needs altered and I seem to remember turning the axle, but it is straight forward enough.

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That is nice !!!!!!

Love to have a Hiab on the Hulco trailer / so useful...

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The body will sit over the tyres not above them hence using something like a horse box chassis. But that does look good.

Mike

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Tandem axles with even load distribution makes the impact of bumps half as hard on the trailer. So that is a good thing.

I experienced that clearly while driving my Dodge WC62 (WW2 6x6 1,5ton truck): the rear is so much smoother than the front.. :-)

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Look what can be done: I would move in here!

Daan

 

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