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Old 12-07-2014, 03:02 PM
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Default 1st Gen wheels!!

I have a 91.5 w-350 single wheel, and I'm about to be buying some new wheels. Please post some pictures of wheels on your first Gen!
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IMHO, don't run alloy wheels or spacers unless the wheel studs are upgraded. Our stockers are only 1/2" and rather short.

I got some 3rdgen takeoffs and couple spacers for under $500. Nothing special, but has a good stance and high load capacity (3970# tires).
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Got mine from moto metal.. Under $500 and wheels are rated at 3200lbs i believe..




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Default Can you provide me some. details on the conversion?

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IMHO, don't run alloy wheels or spacers unless the wheel studs are upgraded. Our stockers are only 1/2" and rather short.

I got some 3rdgen takeoffs and couple spacers for under $500. Nothing special, but has a good stance and high load capacity (3970# tires).
What size are the spacers? What is involved in changing the studs, just pounding out the old ones and putting in newer, thicker, longer ones? Which type of studs did you use?
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I run a front 2" spacer with 3rdgen wheels. Studs are Chevy Dana 60. Pound old ones out, press/pound new ones in. Same knurl.

Rear axle is a 2ndgen,... already ~5" wider.
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