Wide-Based and Super Single Wheels

12.25, 13.00, and 14.00 inch wheels are growing in popularity.
Both steel and aluminum versions are offered. Explore offsets and applications below:

12.25

12.25 are popular for tag and lift axles. There are three common offsets:

  • 0" or 0.56": Drive/Trailer – mounting face sits about dead center
  • 3.88": All Position  – mounting face sits in about 3” from the curb
  • 5.80: Steer Only – mounting face sits in about 1” from the curb

13.00

13.00" wheels have four common offsets and one common bus application:

  • 0" or 0.56": Drive/Trailer – mounting face sits about dead center
  • 3.5": All Position  – mounting face sits in about 4” from the curb
  • 4.95": Steer Only – mounting face sits in about 2” from the curb
  • 6.42: Steer Only – mounting face sits in about 0.5” from the curb
  • 335mm - this has a larger bore center and is referred to as a "Mixer Wheel"

14.00

14.00" or "X-One" wheels wheels often replace dualies. There are two common offsets:

  • 0" or 0.56": Drive/Trailer – mounting face sits about dead center
  • 2.00: Trailer – mounting face sits in about 5” from the curb