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Old 05-11-2011, 10:19 PM
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It can be done. Just make sure you get the right offset, bolt pattern and backspace.

Here's some specs that should help ya:

Dodge Ram Wheel/Brake Specifications:
Wheel Specifications:
1994-1999 1500 2WD/4WD Aluminum Wheels
• Lug Pattern - 5 on 5.5", 1/2" bolt
• Rim Size - 16x7.0"
• Offset - +13.97mm
• Backspace - 5"
• Max Tire Size -
• 15x8.0 rims with 3.5" backspace will fit, but they stick out of the wheel wells.
Torque Spec
• 80-110 ft lbs (108-150 Nm) on 5 stud wheels
2000-2003 1500 2WD/4WD 17" Steel Wheels (Chrome or painted)
• Lug Pattern: 5 on 5 1/2
• Rim Size: 17x7"
• Fits 94 and up 1500 trucks
2000-2003 1500 2WD/4WD 17" Aluminum Wheels:
• Lug Pattern: 5 on 5 1/2
• Weight: 23.5 pounds
• Rim Size: 17x8"
• Actual width edge to edge: 9 1/16"
• Backspacing: 5 9/16".
• The space from the outside edge to the mounting surface (against the rotor) is 3 1/2".
• offset calculate: 1 1/32"
• Fits 94 and up 1500 trucks
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