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First off I’m not taking credit for this…I use CandyblueSS’s walk through for the deep dish off set wheels and Lowandbeyond’s idea for the big wheels on the monster mudders. I got 4 sets of the mudder wheels off of eBay for pretty cheap, because they didn’t have rims. And I have a few sets of rims with no tires so, I used 22” wheels. You will need 2 sets of rims that are the same size. One set will be destroyed so I hope you don’t like them. So here ya’ll go! And thanks for lookin’!

The front is just step #1 and glue the wheels in…for the back…

#1 using a drimel (or a drill with the drimel bit) sand away the wheel to the diameter of wheel that you are using.



#2 Mark the rims that are getting hacked up right behind the center so that you have as much of the wheel back as possible. And cut then off.



You should end up with something like this



#3 rough up the face and back of the good wheels. Glue the wheels together in this order.



If you do it in steps it makes it a little easier





So you end up with something like this.



 

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very clear and well presented. Good photography too
 

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its pretty much the same way i did mine a few years back. i built a set, was gonna put it under a 1/20 yota kit but never did...

nice write up!
 

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:wow: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 

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:biggrin: glad i was of assistance :biggrin:
 
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