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Diesel Dave2 11-04-2008 03:44 PM

Dually stock wheel size
 
Here is a easy question...What is the stock rim size on my '95 dually?I know it 16 inch but what is the width of the rim and if someone his this info,the offset of the stock rim?Dealing on a set of used rims.The ad says they are off a Chev and the size is 16 x 6, and 8 x 6.5.

Erska 11-04-2008 04:09 PM

Allmost every 16 and 17 inch dually wheels are 6 inch wide. Some of the aftermarket aluminium wheels are 6.5" wide.

Yours are 6" wide, like my 3rd gen 17" wheels.

Oh, and by the way, that should read on your manufactores tag on the B-pillar when you open the drivers side door.

Like the way on this EBAY V-10 1995 Ram
http://i3.ebayimg.com/08/i/001/18/52/576b_1.JPG

Diesel Dave2 11-04-2008 04:20 PM

Thanks....My door sticker is gone.The door was repainted and the sticker was removed.The rims I'm look at are made by moto metal model 953.With the size that is in the ad,will I have any clearence problems?

Erska 11-04-2008 04:41 PM

I think the offset was something like 4.5" and chevy maybe had slight a different offset, maybe 4", but If you are not going to use bigger than 285 tires, I'll bet you are not going to havy any rubbing issues, no matter what the offset is on the chevy because it's not that different. But I could be wrong, don't trust me 100%.

Maybe it's the same and you can use 315 / 12.5 " wide tires with no rubbing when using 2" spacer between the duals.

blackdiesel 11-04-2008 04:53 PM

Check the stud hole size. The wheels off my old chevy 1 ton won't fit my dodge. too small of hole for the stud.

nbaggett89 11-05-2008 05:18 PM

Go to www.walmart.com and pretend to buy tires for your truck. After you put in the make and model, it will tell you the stock size and give you a selection to pick from.


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