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Ok with dayton hubs, is the hub for 20 tubless tires the same size for 22 tube type or 22.5 tubeless? Are the hubs for 24.5 tires the same as 24 tubeless?

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20 inch tube type and 22.5 tubeless use the same hub,22 inch tube type and 24.5 tubeless are the same,Don't think there is a tubeless version of 24 inch tube type.

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Yup, you're right Superdog, no tubeless for 24" rubber yet. You've got to watch also 'cause my tire guy showed me that when I switched from 11x22 tube type to tubeless I had to go to 12x24.5. The 11x24.5's couldn't handle the weight that the 11x22's could but the 12's did. Bob

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Thanks for the information guys. It makes sence now. 20 tube share the tame mount as 22.5 tube. and 22 tube share the same mount as 24.5. See it was confusing because I thought 22 tube and 22.5 tubeless shared the same mount. 24 is tube only which I knew already but thought its mount was shared with 24.5. Any one ever see budd rims for 24 tube?

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Yes i have seen 24" budd wheels, new york city has them on some of their trucks. they look really strange because of their size and with the cone of a 58,000lb rear sticking out. The rim is also very beefy. I was told by our mack salesman that it is a very expensive option over spoke wheels

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Yes i have seen 24" budd wheels, new york city has them on some of their trucks. they look really strange because of their size and with the cone of a 58,000lb rear sticking out. The rim is also very beefy. I was told by our mack salesman that it is a very expensive option over spoke wheels

I have seen all sorts of weird tire setups, just the other day on a crane truck I saw budd rims for 16.00x25 tires! It had only two tires per axle (planetary hub reduction) and they had the 335mm bolt circle common to the European vehicles. I have also seen 12.00x24 on budd with the same 335mm setup on a Kenworth oil field truck with sisu planetary axles. There is a German company called Georg Fischer that produces the trilex demountable rim system for the European market. The interesting part is they have adaptors that convert budd to demountable rims for 20, 22.5 and 24 rims. Unfortunatly they use a different mount angle so they arent compatibe with our rims). Another thing I noticed is they don’t use 24.5 tires in Europe.

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24 inch budds come in 2 different bolt patterns and 2 different size center holes.

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