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Roxor Parts

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Hello Roxor lovers,
We have Mahindra OEM Complete Full Hard Door, Soft Top (4Seater) , Windshield Frame, Wipers Kit , A PILLAR, B PILLAR COMPLETE SET, TOP BRIDGE PART A PILLAR TO B PILLAR, CONNECTING PART FROM WINDSHIELD TO B PILLAR , OEM and Stylish Mirror, Bumper, Bonnet, Mudguard, Fender Kit, Engine Parts, Chassis Parts, Tailgate, Headlight,LOCK ITEMS, FIBER PARTS, Grill , side indicators etc..


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Quelo

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What is the deal? Parts are harder to find than hen's teeth. Has roxor parts always been this hard to get? I spent all morning trying to find an OEM rim for a spare tire and nothing.
I went to discount tire and bought new rims. All you need is the lug spacing and size.
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AZROX

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There have been a number of comments on how difficult it is to get a Roxor wheel.
Part of that probably is that there is no such thing as a "Roxor wheel". Tire shops use data bases with probably every car sold in the US in the last +40 years. The Roxorcis not in the database = no wheels for Roxors avaliable.

Wheel specs to give a local tire shop or any online retailer to get a wheel that fits:
- Bolt pattern: 5 on 5.5 (or 5 x 139.70mm)
- Backspacing on the factory wheels: 3.75 inches (4 inches will work)
- Center bore: 4.25-inch or 108mm for the front to clear the hubs. (Wheels with smaller center bores may fit the rear axle, but they won't fit the front)
- Wheel stud: -20-inch
- rim width: should be matched to the width if the tire. Factory wheel is probably 7 wide (given the stock tires are 235 wide).

Hoping this helps.

When I bought bigger tires for my Roxors back in 2019, my favorite big box store refused to mount them because the Roxor's torque specs where not in their system. So I told them its a CJ5. They mounted the tires. No problem.
 

txroadkill

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There have been a number of comments on how difficult it is to get a Roxor wheel.
Part of that probably is that there is no such thing as a "Roxor wheel". Tire shops use data bases with probably every car sold in the US in the last +40 years. The Roxorcis not in the database = no wheels for Roxors avaliable.

Wheel specs to give a local tire shop or any online retailer to get a wheel that fits:
- Bolt pattern: 5 on 5.5 (or 5 x 139.70mm)
- Backspacing on the factory wheels: 3.75 inches (4 inches will work)
- Center bore: 4.25-inch or 108mm for the front to clear the hubs. (Wheels with smaller center bores may fit the rear axle, but they won't fit the front)
- Wheel stud: -20-inch
- rim width: should be matched to the width if the tire. Factory wheel is probably 7 wide (given the stock tires are 235 wide).

Hoping this helps.

When I bought bigger tires for my Roxors back in 2019, my favorite big box store refused to mount them because the Roxor's torque specs where not in their system. So I told them its a CJ5. They mounted the tires. No problem.

Specs look good but I think you have a typo on the stud size. If memory is correct it’s a 1/2” stud size.
 

tayler72

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I have two full sets of tires and rims brand new less then 50 miles on them willing to sell
 

Bobby

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This may not be the place, but I am looking for a PTO take off to run a pump. Anyone have any suggestions?
 

txroadkill

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This may not be the place, but I am looking for a PTO take off to run a pump. Anyone have any suggestions?
Quit looking because they T cases cannot run a pto in the setup from factory and the aftermarket hasn’t come up with a solution to add one.
 

Bobby

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Anyone else? An electric pump will not generate enough pressure to throw chemicals the distance I need of ~100 feet.
 

Marengo Farmer

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Anyone else? An electric pump will not generate enough pressure to throw chemicals the distance I need of ~100 feet.
For spot spraying herbicides/ pesticides I am intending to use a 5.5 hp Honda with a centrifugal pump. That setup will shoot around 40' with a hand gun. I am still working out a tank size. To shoot 100' you would probably need some kind of high pressure pump. I don't know if that would be advisable or even legal to operate that kind of pressure. It would be a lot simpler to mount a hose reel.
 
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