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  1. Hi, For the AWD platform that I'm working on (project 'Steppenwolf') I've been looking for a way to better fix the rims to the axles (5.5l with end stop) coming out of my self-composed wheel hubs. I ended up shoving a rubber connector (damper) onto the axle and squeeze it between two 2l lift arms. The short lift arms are attached to three 3l pins that are inserted into the rim and held in place with three more 1.5l pins and a belt wheel covering the hole thing. See image. The image has been rendered, but I applied this in real life and it actyally works, even in a setup with high suspension demands such as my AWD platform. The idea may of course also be applied to the similar rims with 6 pin holes. I thought this might be useful for others and may even look good on truck-like vehicles. The whole thing may of course also be placed on the inside of the wheel, but in a steering setup that would move the center line of the wheel away from the virtual kingpin, which I personally don't like. Regards, Diederik