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Old 12-31-2009, 03:21 PM
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Default 20" Rims on Wrangler will this fit my ram?

Can get some sweet gino 20's for $600 but will they fit my ram?
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Old 12-31-2009, 03:25 PM
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You need to know your bolt circle dimensions on the truck and the wheels you are looking at. I don't think the hubs on the Jeep are the same as on the Ram so I don't expect they will fit.

One way to determine your bolt circle is to go to a site like bigwheels.net, enter your truck info and search for wheels. When they display wheels for your truck, the bolt circle diameter info is also shown.
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Yea that wasn't helpful at all, since I dont know the pattern on the rim... I think jeep is 5x5 and Rams are 5x5.5 so I don't think it works.

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Old 12-31-2009, 04:13 PM
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True...there is also an 8-lug configuration.

The 2009 Ram 1500 is a 5X5.5" pattern and I confirmed that here:

http://www.bigwheels.net/?location=w...1500%205%20Lug

The Wrangler (I guessed on the year and assumed it wasn't a Rubicon model) is a 5X4.5" pattern. I checked out the specs for that vehicle here:

http://www.bigwheels.net/?location=w...hicle=Wrangler

So, the research isn't hard to do and it only takes a moment. I would suggest you try doing it sometime. It's amazing what you can learn by doing so.

And it's good to know just what you can fit on your truck before you pull the trigger on a set of wheels.
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Wrangler's are the same as Ford Rangers which is 5x4.5 I know this because my last truck was a ranger and it really narrows down your choice of wheels.
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