ford/dodge dually wheels? will they fit chevys?

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    anybody try to put dodge or ford alum or steel wheels on a gm dually?,,i know the center hole is different,what size is the center hole ,,are these all hub centric?,,and how about the offsets?
     
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    malibu795 misspleelleer..........

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    all years dodge yes


    ford prior to 80 yes anything newer no they are 8x100mm
     
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    what i need to figure is the center hole diameter,so i can see if i need to make up a filler ring
     
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    I don't know about your 06, but the lug pattern on the Ford wheels is metric and wont work on the 90s models. Tried one on my 96.
     
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    yep late model fords won't work,but you could have them re-drilled ,,my main concern is the center hole diam.,
     
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    doesent anybody know the center dia's,?
     
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    GM Guy Manual Trans. 2WD Enthusiast

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    I will say that GM has used a tight, small hub centric SAE pattern wheel , dodge is sae, but besides that, IDK, and ford, write them off, as they have been metric for a while.

    I am on dial up, so rather than go there and tell you, Ill let you go there yourself and look it up. the website is southwestwheel.com, and on that page, look around, and IIRC there should be an image with print that says OEM replacement accuride wheels. click on that, and it should give you what you need.

    good luck!
     
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    nobody ever figired this out?
     
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    saratoga Unpaid Help Staff Member

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    I think I remember reading back on the other place a long time ago that the center hole in the dodge wheels is larger than the gm's. It was a big argument over whether 'lug centric' dodge wheels could be used on a gm IIRC. Don't hold me to that, just going by my crappy memory.

    They both use(d) an 8 on 6.5" bolt circle. Fords use an 8 on 170 mm bolt circle and I'm fairly certain that the new gm's now use a metric bolt circle.
     
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    yeah, saratoga is correct. dodge and GM went metric for 2011 model year.
     

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