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I am wondering what parts are needed or even if it is possible to change my 07 2500 4x4 quad cab longbed into a dually, I want to use dually wheels on the front as well as the rear. I want it to be correct, ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER
I am wondering what parts are needed or even if it is possible to change my 07 2500 4x4 quad cab longbed into a dually, I want to use dually wheels on the front as well as the rear. I want it to be correct, not like a mexico farm truck or JC Whitney conversion.
I would like to build a flatbed and install a Carli 2.0 lift with long travel air bags. It will be my welding truck and I already own it so converting it would be better than buying a used one I dont know the history of, or cant afford
Thanks for your input
swap the axle for a dually. The best way to go. The dually adapters are ok but i have heard that the add stress to the hubs. I would suggest going to a junkyard and find a dually with front end damage and just pull the rear leafs and rear end. And on the front im not sure but you will probly need hub extensions.
ummmmhmmmmwhy on the front??? been a welder a long time,had to take my crap out in the woods and on farms to fix broken ****.....never needed duals in the front.Just curious. seems it would be a real pain to steer.
go to wheel adapter.com this guy has the best and they are made of steel not billet and are a lot stronger he has front and rear adapters i just ordered fronts and rears for mine! billet will break stay away from them!
you got to have adapters in the front to run bud wheels. i have a 91 250 that i changed to a dually flat bed. i hear guys talk like some adapters are not good. mine are very heavy. i know good ones are out there.
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