|4-inch||W40R||3/4" roller bearing||Goodyear/McCreary|
|5-inch||(Lancair) W50S||1-1/4" x 4.56" axle||Lamb|
|5-inch||(Vari-Eze) W50L||1-1/4" x 5.75" axle||Lamb|
|5-inch||W51S||1-1/4" x 4.75" axle||Goodyear/McCreary|
|5-inch||W51L (Mustang IIL)||1-1/4" x 5.75" axle||Goodyear/McCreary|
|5-inch||W51LT (High Perf. Cozy MkIV)||1-1/4" axle 3.084 bearing spc.||Goodyear/McCreary|
|6-inch||Falco W60 Requires tube w/bend||1-1/4" x 4.75"||Any|
|6-inch||Avid Flyer/Murphy Aviation W62 Req. tube w/bend||axle 3/4" roller bearing||Any|
|Matco Tube with 90° bend||-||Use with 06-02160 or 06-02110||-|
|6-inch Gold Ltwt.||External Caliper Brake||1-1/4" taper||600 x 6|
|5-inch||Berkut, LongEZ||1-1/4"||11.0 x 4.0-5|
|5-inch||W51LXT Glasair III||1-1/4"||500-5|
|6-inch||W600XT, Velocity, Seawind||1-1/2"||Any 6" Tire|
These custom-made, low-profile wheels with hydraulic brakes, are specially designed for light homebuilts. Wheels are cast using Almag 35 (MIL-A-10935, 36, 37), a high purity virgin magnesium-aluminum alloy.
All models are of the same basic design and all kits below include 2 wheels and 2 brakes, ready to install. Average weight is 5.75 lbs. per wheel and wheel width is 4.5".
Prices are per set (2 wheels, 2 brakes) Other suppliers offer them individually.
Is third time a charm? Ordered 1st time, UPS trashed the box, dropping it on a corner and denting, scratching and scarring the wheels, 2nd order came, packing in box so poor wheels were scratched and dented, 3rd time will deliver 3/7/18. Iam hoping for a good outcome. The packing from the manufacturer is sorely lacking in quantity and quality!
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