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Old 10-28-2013, 01:00 PM   #1
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I am needing four pvc inserts if anyone has any laying around thanks
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Yes I am do you have some?
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You have to know what tire your going to use I bought a set of the PVC inserts and they are different widths for different tires.
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[QUOTE=Elcaminoman;651698]You have to know what tire your going to use I bought a set of the PVC inserts and they are different widths for different tires.
I have a band saw at work I could cut them down with. Do they just measure the inside bead to inside bead?
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You have to know what tire your going to use I bought a set of the PVC inserts and they are different widths for different tires.
I have a band saw at work I could cut them down with. Do they just measure the inside bead to inside bead?
I don't know all the dimensions. I know when I ordered mine for 44 TSL's they were 1/2" narrower than they were for other tires.
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Old 12-05-2013, 05:30 PM   #8
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Call trail worthy fab. They can tell you what size you will need. The production date of the tire will be needed also.
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Man the magnizam ones are just as good as the lastic one.
think they lighter.
Super eazy to cut down.
I hole sawed 3.5" holes in mine to lighten them up more.
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Man the magnizam ones are just as good as the lastic one.
think they lighter.
Super eazy to cut down.
I hole sawed 3.5" holes in mine to lighten them up more.
I was told the mags would have to be trimmed by 1/4" on each side and the stainless rings reinstalled or they would cut the beads on TSL.
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I was told the mags would have to be trimmed by 1/4" on each side and the stainless rings reinstalled or they would cut the beads on TSL.
I call BS there, I have run mags on TSL's, and sx's with No issue. Seen em used on iroks with no issue at all. The PVC ones I run now have been used on TSL's and TSL's radials with 0 issue. I think someone blew smoke up your ***.


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I call BS there, I have run mags on TSL's, and sx's with No issue. Seen em used on iroks with no issue at all. The PVC ones I run now have been used on TSL's and TSL's radials with 0 issue. I think someone blew smoke up your ***.


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This is what I was told when I bought my inserts just took a while to find it. I don't know if it's smoke or not.

Link to Trailworthy fab>Hummer Wheel PVC Insert

PVC inserts go inside your tire and allow you to air down and run low air pressure with the Hummer Double Bead Lock Wheel. With the PVC insert installed (inside the tire) both inside and outside beads are pinched between the insert and the wheel making them double bead locks. In stock form H1 Wheels had what are called run flats. Run flats went inside the tires and served 2 purposes. They made the wheel a double bead lock while at the same time allowed the humvee to take a bullet at war and have the tire maintain itís original height so the soldier could drive out of combat. This is great while at war but not when you want to air down to wheel. The runflats will tear up the inside of your tires over time. There are a lot of people that cut the stock run flats down (cut the profile off of them). This is where the PVC inserts comes into play. It makes the wheel a double bead lock without the profile of a stock run flat. PVCs are custom cut to length but work with many different tires. Larger tires may require a custom width to work properly since the bead thickness on the tires is greater. - Competition cut PVC's. We trim these down to lose weight. We have trimmed these down and see 25% in weight reduction. Competition cut PVC's should not be used with balance media. Normal PVC inserts can use balance media.

- Please include your desired tire in the customer notes section and we will make your inserts to fit. We produce these in house so turn around time is minimal.
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Old 12-07-2013, 07:34 AM   #14
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^^^I was told the same thing by TWF. I just ordered the 2 PC. cutdown rubber ones. They worked good on my 44s.
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Maybe they are right, but I have personally mounted, used, seen mounted and seen used many many tire types on a stock mag run flat with 0 issue. I don't recall USA 6x6 ever mentioning that either when they were the h1 guys evryone used. Maybe I'm wrong though, wouldn't be the first or last time.


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Maybe they are right, but I have personally mounted, used, seen mounted and seen used many many tire types on a stock mag run flat with 0 issue. I don't recall USA 6x6 ever mentioning that either when they were the h1 guys evryone used. Maybe I'm wrong though, wouldn't be the first or last time.


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What size tire are you talking about. Mine are 44's and the bead is thicker than the smaller sizes?
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Old 12-07-2013, 12:13 PM   #17
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Mine are 42's. I have mounted 42" TSL, 38" TSL, 38" TSL Radial, 40" Ground Hawgs, 38" ground hawgs, 35" SX, the hummer 36's and 37's and 44" TSL all on the stock mag runflats. Have mounted the same 38 TSL Radials and 42" TSL's (both old and new) on PVC runflats with 0 issue. Bigevil too the same wheels that I had mounted the SX's on and put 37" Pit Bulls on em, and now runs 42" Iroks on stock mag runflats.
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I had to cut my mag runflats to run the pbr's.
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Old 12-30-2013, 05:01 PM   #19
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I just called TWF today and a man named andy told me that i needed 6 3/4" wide and that would be able to clamp up to 13.50 39.5 iroks. I had a guy call he had some 7" wide set i was goona try and cut them down but im kinda at a stand still on how i would do it. I was told by Andy that I could use a table saw but to be very careful on staying on the mark of cut or thay could fail and also I need to make the tapper on the inside of the insert so it could lock in the right place on the bead on the inside of the tire. Just seamed like to much headache not to get them from trail worthy he did say i could ship them up there to get re- machined down to size but of course i half to pay fright and for the deal i was gonna get on the 4 used ones witch was 180 would not have been worth it.
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Fwiw I used stock width mag inserts with the run flat cut down with my 39.5 iroks and I had one of them break. I figured it was too wide and the clamping force caused it to crack and eventually fail.
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