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Old 10-04-2012, 11:27 AM
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1996 Dually Wheels Question

Hey there,

I am in the process of gathering parts for my dually swap for the truck in my signature. I found some wheels on a local classified site KSL, and was wanting some input on whether or not these wheels would work.
I called the lady and she confirmed the dimensions, so they should work, but I will also confirm before purchasing.
She said that they were with the truck described in the ad, but not mounted.

Below is a link to the wheels.

Thank you for your input.

Wheels and Tires - SUV/Trucks Classifieds for Utah, Idaho, and Wyoming | ksl.com
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Old 10-04-2012, 05:13 PM
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Bump bump.....


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Bump for Saturday



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They look like 8x6.5" bolt pattern but looks like they are missing the dowl pin hole. Does your axel have a pin?


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I will be home next weekend and will check the axle.



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Those wheels are from a gm correct? I believe that you have to have Ford wheels for your swap because the wheels are hub centric and the gm wheels have a smaller id and would require trimming to fit. Plus the gm wheel uses a different type of lug nut than a Ford Duallt wheel does.
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I thank you guys for the replies. But I think I just wait until I find something better or save for new wheels. Besides, I'm not ready to do the swap just yet.


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