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    : I am new to the website, and have just recently bought a m-715 from my uncle. I have ordered one piece wheels from Stockton Wheel. Will 37' x 13' Super Swamper Boggers fit on the truck without a lift kit? Also I going to install lockers in the front & rear axles, need to know how many splines are on the front axles. Any advice will be appreciated!

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    front spline 30
    rear 23
    i think the tires will fit, depending on your wheel offset.

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    If your offset is the same as stock, 38 inch tall tires up to 13 inches wide will work...though 12-13 inch widths tend to rub just a little at full turn.
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    what is the stock offset?

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    4.5 inches me thinks...
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    brute i thought it was 6.5?

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    Wheel width is 6.5...isnt the offset less?
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    well the wheel mounting width is 6.5, BUT i think the lips on the rims are wider, maybe 7 or 7.5? thats why ayou cnat run them dually style. i thought it was 6.5, but i dont have any stock rims anymore

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    Our trucks have a Dana 60 in the front, Lock Right number 2610. The rear is a Dana 70 blessed with a 2 piece carrier. The proper way to solve that problem is with a Detroit No Spin number 22S5-14. The No Spin is the same as a Detroit Locker, only it uses the original carrier, saving you a few hunred bucks. I bought both from Randy's Pinion, they were here in three days, amazing! You will love what they do for your truck! If you have any trouble with the order desk, just tell them to sell you the same parts they sold Glen Soldan out of Salina, Kansas. Happy wheeling! Glen
    Proud owner of two 1968 M0715 trucks....
    Maybe they own me....or soon will!

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