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Question Hutchinson 11×20-6L - anyone running those wheels?

Hi,

had a bit of a look around for alloy beadlock wheels for the Unimog U1300L (6 stud) and the only one I found is the Hutchinson 11×20-6L.

Anyone running those? Or anyone know what they are worth?

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Hi Andre,
I do
As far as I know Hutchunson produces them exclusively for Hellgeth Engineering (Germany).
Have a look here:
https://www.hellgeth.com/wheeled-vehicles/components/

There are several Unimogs here in Germany running on these rims.

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forgot to mention:
Hellgeth exports worldwide. You should easily find Australian Mog owners who know Hellgeth.
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I got a quote of Hellgeth, their export price per wheel is 2354 EUR..... + shipping
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Atlas 4x4 have developed an aluminium 2 piece rim, it mat be a more affordable option than the Hutchisons

http://atlas4x4.de/wp-content/upload...8_Atlas4x4.pdf
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Atlas 4x4 have developed an aluminium 2 piece rim, it mat be a more affordable option than the Hutchisons

http://atlas4x4.de/wp-content/upload...8_Atlas4x4.pdf
Doesn't say anything about bead lock. Everything in German, no English on their site (and my German is rusty as ...)
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I believe the design incorporates a beadlock function, I have asked the question on the Atlas 4x4 page. I think Michael Dennig Engineer at Atlas 4x4 is also on the Benzworld forum.
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I believe the design incorporates a beadlock function, I have asked the question on the Atlas 4x4 page. I think Michael Dennig Engineer at Atlas 4x4 is also on the Benzworld forum.
Got a reply from Michael:

10x20 wheel -> beadlock
11x20 wheel -> NO beadlock
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You can also just buy the alloy military rims and and get the bolt adapters that some companies cut out.

Theres lots of guys around running them for 2.5 ton rockwells and they work great even with massive tires on them, western canadian rockwell sell the wheels and adapters, you just got ask for unimog pattern over rockwell pattern adapters

Make sure the adapters are thick enough, as to clear the brake calipers.

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You can also just buy the alloy military rims and and get the bolt adapters that some companies cut out.
what 'alloy military rims' ? what spec is that? do they have beadlocks? how much are they? where can you buy them? do they fit on U1300L 6 stud axle?

do you mean to get the 10x20" 10 bolt wheel + adapters to make it fit?

(I'd rather keep my no beadlock, steel wheels)


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Theres lots of guys around running them for 2.5 ton rockwells and they work great even with massive tires on them, western canadian rockwell sell the wheels and adapters, you just got ask for unimog pattern over rockwell pattern adapters

Make sure the adapters are thick enough, as to clear the brake calipers.
what's a 'rockwell' ?
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