I am going to have some new beadlock rings made for my 17" method 105 wheels. Does anyone have the bolt pattern information for the beadlock ring floating around?
I just need the distance from center to center of 2 bolts that are 180 degrees across from one another and the quantity. I can measure one as well but I would have to go take it apart.I also have them, I can measure the distance from bolt to bolt....There's 24 total per ring, I think. Can't you also measure from bolt to bolt to get the pattern?
Like a boss! I am going to be throwing my brain at autocad making a few designs and picking one to send off to a guy who will cut them out of 3/16" or 1/4" steel for $35 each.24 bolts total, 16 1/8 across the wheel from center of bolt to center of bolt and 2 1/8 from center of bolt to center of bolt going around the ring
Like a boss! I am going to be throwing my brain at autocad making a few designs and picking one to send off to a guy who will cut them out of 3/16" or 1/4" steel for $35 each.
How accurate do you think that 16, 1/8" measurement is?
Auto cad will evenly space them for me so I'm not so concerned with the distance between each one.
I'm digging the rings so far! But, what about the bolt heads getting chewed up?That's weird, I use the rings and I haven't put air in them since I filled them up.
I am going to have some rings made to just switch it up. These are beadlocks and they don't even look like it, lol.
I've been playing around on auto cad this afternoon and I think I made something cool. Here is an example of some of the rings the guy makes
I'm digging the rings so far! But, what about the bolt heads getting chewed up?
I am not either, I thought this was a decent compromise.Looks shitty. Send to me and you cover shipping to get them out of your garage. jk.
I'm not a fan of cutting the big circle down (towards the center). Do they line up with the slots in the wheels themselves?