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Old 01-30-2011, 06:22 PM
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hummer rims on OBS??

just wondering if hummer rims would fit on a 96 powerstroke. heard they are 8 lugs but idk the spacing between lugs. if anyone has done it i'd like to see some pics of em. think it would be cool to powder coat them and throw some 35s on em
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F150 with H2 wheels. Dana 60.
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Old 01-30-2011, 07:40 PM
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looks sweet! do you know how wide the rims are?
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I know a buddy has them on a Dodge so they are 6.5" but i know they need to be machined to fit the dodges, not sure about the fords and i would assume they are 8" wide
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They will fit, bolt pattern is 8x6.5, i ran them for a few months on my 04' Dodge 2500 gasser. The centers do have to be machined, i think i had to take like 1/2" out of the center hole diameter... I believe that they are either 8 or 8.5 wide.
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just wondering if hummer rims would fit on a 96 powerstroke. heard they are 8 lugs but idk the spacing between lugs. if anyone has done it i'd like to see some pics of em. think it would be cool to powder coat them and throw some 35s on em
Here's some additional info for ya from the Hummer brochure:
"The H2's wheels and tires are the largest production size of any GM light-duty truck: 17.0 x 8.5-inch forged aluminum wheels and B.F. Goodrich LT315/70R17 all-terrain tires are standard."

If you check craigslist, you'll probably find several sets with 35" all-terrain's already mounted.
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Old 02-09-2011, 08:05 AM
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I found the set I had on my '03 dodge 2500 on ebay for like $500... On another note a 315 is more like a 33 not a 35....
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I think the OE tires measure out to 34 and some change. Most of the h2 guys around here who haven't blinged their rigs out are running 35's.
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Hummer wheels will work. theres 8x6.5 offset.

they look tight too...i want some haha
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