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Old 01-24-2013, 11:21 PM
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6.4 rims on 6.0?

any body have any pics of a 6.0 with the 6.4 20" wheels? thinking about trading my 20" moto metals for a set of factory 6.4 20s but cant find pictures any where... please help
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any body have any pics of a 6.0 with the 6.4 20" wheels? thinking about trading my 20" moto metals for a set of factory 6.4 20s but cant find pictures any where... please help
If you have an 04 the wheels will not fit without a spacer... 08+ had +40 offset.
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Old 01-25-2013, 12:53 AM
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O ok well i have a set of 2 inch spacsrs if i use them will they work thank you in advance
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O ok well i have a set of 2 inch spacsrs if i use them will they work thank you in advance
Please tell me they are hub-centric. I think 04 and older had 0 offset so 2 inch spacer is 53mm thick and you will have wheels sticking out 13mm or 1/2" farther out then stock, so it should work great.
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So what about the 5 spoke 20" rims off of the '05-'07 would they fit on an '08? Those would be the only rims I would buy for my truck.
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So what about the 5 spoke 20" rims off of the '05-'07 would they fit on an '08? Those would be the only rims I would buy for my truck.
05'-13' SRW are the same offset. So they can be switched between trucks with no issues. 99-04 had leaf spring front suspension. 05+ have coil suspension.

The only time I think you would have trouble would be trying to put 11+ 20" wheels on a 05-07 2wd truck as they are too tall (34.8").
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11 up still use 275/65/20's right. If so thats the same size as the 05-10 trucks put on their 20's
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11 up still use 275/65/20's right. If so thats the same size as the 05-10 trucks put on their 20's
275/25.4= 10.8x1.3 = 14.7+20 = 34.7" Sounds right to me.

I didn't know 05+ had that tall of a tire.

I guess the only time you would have a problem is trying to put 05+ 20" wheels on a 2wd truck.
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couldn't you get 20's on a 2wd truck from the factory?
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HEre is my 04 with 08 20s with 2 inch spacers.
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