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Old 01-10-2014, 06:20 AM
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05 dually spacers on 99 dually?

Will they fit? I want to run later model wheels on my 99.i have a chance to get the dually spacer of an 05 so I am wondering the lug pattern is the same at the axle between the trucks? Any help would be great.
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better double check but I believe diffrent lug pattern 05 is when they changed so might or might not work
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You have 8 x 170 lug pattern and the 05 spacer is 8 x 200 so they will not fit.
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Old 01-13-2014, 07:05 AM
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I think they will work. The part that bolts to the axle is 8x170 and the wheels on your older truck are also 8x170. The newer wheels go to 8x200. But what will you do for the rear? They don't use an adapter in the rear. I believe you can change the rear hub and rotor onto your older axle but I'm not 100% sure about that.
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I've read the same thing about the front possibly working, but I don't know if there are any changes in backspacing on the newer wheels that would cause issue.

I'd also like to know if there would be an easy way (i.e not swapping the entire axle) to convert the rear. I'd love to be able to run the 17" wheels. I just think they look so much better than the 16" wheels, even if 16" tires are cheaper.


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The 05 and up front spacers are shorter,now IIRC the axle itself on the 05's are a little wider. For the rear, I have a 1 inch spacer that goes from 8x170 to 8x200.
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The 05 and up front spacers are shorter,now IIRC the axle itself on the 05's are a little wider. For the rear, I have a 1 inch spacer that goes from 8x170 to 8x200.
Are you running the 05+ dually spacers on the front of your truck? What about the rear wheel spacers, where did you get thoes and how much were they? Thanks
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Old 01-26-2014, 02:26 PM
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Are you running the 05+ dually spacers on the front of your truck? What about the rear wheel spacers, where did you get thoes and how much were they? Thanks
Yes,I am actually putting and 05 axle in my truck converting from leaf to coil springs.So I was able to measure both spacers.

I am running aluminum billet Alcoa spacers that convert my lug pattern from 8x170 to 8x200. I got them from Adaptec speedware and they have a lifetime warranty.They are 1 inch thick.I paid 325.00 for them.
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