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center will not fit on 04 2wd with 07 KR wheels

I recently put some 20" king ranch wheels ( I think they are off of a 07) on my 04 2wd and i wanted to make sure everything was right before i paint the tan part white. The center cap bottoms out on the hub of the rear axle and the dust cap on the front. I could probably trim the inside of the cap for the front but there is still aways to go to make the rear fit. I did buy some cheap replacment caps for a 99-04 off of ebay but they are junk and will probably not stay on while driving and it doesnt look as good as the round caps. I would like to run the round cap that belongs with that style wheel. Has anyone else run into this problem?
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not that i know of but ive got the KR caps for sale if you want em

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not that i know of but ive got the KR caps for sale if you want em
If i figure out how to make the caps work i might see if i could buy the rear two from you. I have one set of front and rears already but i will need the 2 more full caps
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The backspacing is different on the 05-07 than the 99-04. I had the same problem on my 03 with 07 20" wheels. It wasn't a problem on the front because I used wheel spacers that brought it out enough to work. On the rear I just used the original cover. Your only option to use the new caps is to get wheel spacers. Or just use caps from your 04.


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There is nothing wrong with the wheels, its the difference in spacing, just use your existing centers and or buy a set off ebay for an 99-04 truck.

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