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post #1 of 5 Old 11-11-2011, 11:45 AM Thread Starter
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newer dually wheels on 04 and older

Ok, so I have finally learned that the newer front dually hub adapters bolt onto the 170 like I assume is what mine is so I can get a set of those and the new style fronts. But now the question is what about the rear? How can I get the proper stud pattern?
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My bad, I wasn't paying attention apparently! You should be able to buy an adapter for the back as well...

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Looks to me like about the only way to really do the rear is to swap to an 8x200 hub... maybe somebody else has another thought?

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That's kinda what I was thinking/wondering. I would like to know a solid answer though. It sounds easy though.
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Looks to me like about the only way to really do the rear is to swap to an 8x200 hub... maybe somebody else has another thought?
Does or has anybody been able to swap the 05 and up drw hubs to a 99-04 drw in order to have 8x200 lug pattern ?

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