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post #1 of 4 Old 01-10-2012, 07:45 AM Thread Starter
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Dually rear question

Hey I want to put a dually rear in my 95 rclb and I have wheels n tires on it can I mount my wheels on the outside of the dually rear, I don't want to get wheels for a dually.

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The lug pattern is the same, the question is why would you. The dully rear is 4" wider and both are 10.25. The only benefit I can see is the .5" larger drums. Also, you want to make sure you pull the axle from a truck with a bed, chassis cab configs have different mounting positions.

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The reason I want to do this is I pull with the truck would it be Better to just get spacers?

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A dually axle with single tires is the exact same as you have, they just stick out more. No more stable, spacers will do nothing either. Run it like it is, with good heavy tires or if you wanna dual it run dually tires.

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