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  • 2015 Mastercraft Trailer Rims KMC XD822 spec help

    So I let my dad drive the trailer a few weeks ago and he curb checked the heck out of one of my rims. To order a new rims through my dealer is $450 or I can go online and get them for $220. The dealer was unsure of the specs as the portal they use just says the rim and model.

    I need some help finding the right size. I know it's an 18x9, 5 lug pattern, but I don't know the offset. I have some pictures that I took of the back of the rim to see if someone knows this other info needed. Thanks in advance for the help.








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  • #2
    et18 is the offset which is +18
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    • #3
      Originally posted by MC25 View Post
      et18 is the offset which is +18
      Perfect, thanks. I know that I could count on you. Its been a while since I have been in the aftermarket rim game.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by MC25 View Post
        et18 is the offset which is +18
        Do you know the proper bolt pattern, Bore, and B/S ? There are so many choices.....

        http://www.kmcwheels.com/wheelSpecs/...822-monster-ii

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        • #5
          Do an online search for your area. You can often have the rim refinished (repaired) for less than a new one.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Ironhorse View Post
            Do an online search for your area. You can often have the rim refinished (repaired) for less than a new one.
            I have looked around. Its about $200 to get that done or 220 with free shipping for a new rim.

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            • #7
              cant find anything on the specs with the numbers on the wheel provided.. no clue
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              • #8
                Originally posted by MC25 View Post
                cant find anything on the specs with the numbers on the wheel provided.. no clue
                same here. That why I was hoping someone on here might know. I emailed KMC directly to see if they would know.

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                • #9
                  I know this thread is a few years old...curious if you were able to get this wheel from someone other than an MC dealer.

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                  • #10
                    A little research tells my the backspace is 5.71” and measuring the bore on my wheel is 74mm, spacing appears to be 5x111mm. I’m trying to work with a local dealer to get the actual KMC model number somI can order a replacement. More to come(hopefully).

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                    • #11
                      The wheel you have can probably be fixed. I recently had a wheel rim fixed by a company that came to my house. They took off the wheel in the garage, fixed it, reinstalled it. Looks great. I called the local auto body shop and they gave me the name of a mobile wheel repair service. Looks like new.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by stuartjr View Post
                        I know this thread is a few years old...curious if you were able to get this wheel from someone other than an MC dealer.
                        I never did do anything with it. The dealer wanted $500 each. I could have gotten them form a local rim dealer but since I use my trailer so little, it wasn't worth the expense IMO.

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                        • #13
                          Well the good news is I finally got the part number; XD82289012718T. The bad news is the manufacturer has discontinued the wheel. For those looking around I did learn the full specs; 18x9, lug pattern is a 5 on 4.5" or 5x114.3mm, Backspace is 5.7", Offset is +18, and the hub is 74mm.

                          At the end of the day, I was able to find one online for $230, which was about $60 more than refinishing the wheel locally.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Tony84121 View Post
                            Well the good news is I finally got the part number; XD82289012718T. The bad news is the manufacturer has discontinued the wheel. For those looking around I did learn the full specs; 18x9, lug pattern is a 5 on 4.5" or 5x114.3mm, Backspace is 5.7", Offset is +18, and the hub is 74mm.

                            At the end of the day, I was able to find one online for $230, which was about $60 more than refinishing the wheel locally.
                            Thanks for posting specs. Much appreciated.

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