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Old 11-19-2011, 01:51 PM
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Default Factory wheel part numbers?

So for curiosity's sake I was trying to see how much Dodge wants for the factory 20" rims for my truck and it seems there's 5 different ones?


Anyone know what those codes mean?

Some are listed as just alloy, and others as machined alloy?
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don't even try. the factory will want at least 1500 for all four. thats stupid when you can go on craigslist and find them with tires for 500.

sorry for not answering your question im not sure about those codes. i know that the factory ones come chrome plated, polished aluminum, and kind of a flat dull aluminum i think cast.

i am wondering though did you buy your truck new? because the Laramie should have the 20'' wheels. if you bought it used it would probably mean that someone took them off, which sucks!
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Well, those aren't part numbers, they are option or equipment codes.

If it doesn't say "machined" they are cast alloy wheels.

What you don't see if whether or not any of those option codes indicate a forged wheel. Those are the best of the bunch.

The MOPAR part number on the OEM wheels is stamped on the backside of the wheel, either on the hub portion or on the back of one of the spokes.
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