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Old 12-23-2014, 12:31 PM
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Okay I seen this thread below, and searched for any others for info without any luck.

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread....ghlight=wheels

I have an opportunity to pick up some 2014 Ram 1500 (2wd) OEM 20's w/ tires, and less than 500 miles on them for the "low low" for my '94 Dodge Ram 1500 (2wd) which needs new tires at the moment (only reason I am even considering this). Does it hold true that we just need to do the above in that thread with the center bore and they will fit ok?

I am not new to modding, nor afraid to mod as I have a fully tricked out 2011 bagged Charger and an active member on the Charger Z forums, but do not want to invest $$ and then have to turn around and sell them to recoup my $$ back because it is impossible to work, or a "major" safety issue seeing this is my daily driver.

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you answered your own question man... yes you have to bore out the center hubs
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^^Appreciate it brother!
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You can check out this site, it is full of information about wheels, lugs, center bore, etc

http://www.roadkillcustoms.com/hot-r...#axzz3MsFQhKJv

1994 dodge ram 1500 centerbore is 77.8 , wheel studs were 1/2"
late 2002 & newer centerbore is 77.8 , wheel studs are 9/16"

The bolt pattern for both are the same,
Metric: 5 X 139.7
Standard: 5 X 5.5

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^^Ya I found all that, and seen it all matched up. But it would not clear the center bore for sure even though it shows the same size. But to shave the center bore is the route to go, then we shall ponder that route. Appreciate the help!
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