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SubjectDodge ram SRT-10 wheels on a OBS chevy truck
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Posted byrapinray
Posted on2/17/11 08:53 AM



I know it can be done cuz I saw it on fullsizechevy.com just need to know how I want to mount dodge ram SRT style rims on my lowered 2"/4" 96 c/1500 w/5x5 bolt pattern I know dodge rims are 5x5.5 and I know dodge make these wheels in 2 sizes 20x9 & 22x10 how can I make these not only fit but tuck PLEASE HELP I got a picture in my head of these wheels in charcoal grey on my truck and I know they would look sick. I saw a pic of a OBS chevy with these wheels but it was not lowered and did not have info on how it was done.



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SubjectRe: Dodge ram SRT-10 wheels on a OBS chevy truck new
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Posted byJeff
Posted on2/17/11 3:35 PM



The 22x9 are going to be close with their offset (I think it is +25). Adapters would push the wheels out. You could have your truck drilled to match the bolt pattern, this also involves modifying rotors and drums to match. Another option is to modify the wheels, or enlarge the hole and use inserts, but that depends on the design of the wheel. You would be moving the holes in by 1/4" and usually requires refinishing them. Find a wheel repair businesses and see what they say.

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SubjectRe: Dodge ram SRT-10 wheels on a OBS chevy truck new
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Posted byrapinray
Posted on2/18/11 07:12 AM



Thanks for your reply Jeff did you mean the 20x9 ? another question, with the bolt pattern modification would I be able to mount the 20x9's in front and the 22x10's in the rear or 20x9 all around also would you have any tire size recommendations. thank you for your reply.



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SubjectRe: Dodge ram SRT-10 wheels on a OBS chevy truck new
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Posted byJeff
Posted on2/21/11 4:02 PM



Yea, I meant 20x9 on the size. The 22x10 with +35(?) offset should work in back, up front it would be tight. For tires on a 20/22 combo: 255/40/20 and 285/35/22. Maybe a little bigger if it's only a 2-inch drop in the front you could run 255/45/20. I wouldn't go any bigger than that.


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