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Old 07-03-2007, 07:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Will H2 Wheels fit over a D60 with Warn Prem. Hubs?

Will H2 Wheels fit over a front Chevy D60 with internal style Warn Prem Hubs without having to grind out the center of the wheel? Also do they need to be ground to fit over a FF 14 bolt? Just need some temp wheels until my beadlocks and boggers are paid for.

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Old 07-03-2007, 07:24 PM   #2 (permalink)
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yes... to both they are a 1.6.5" wheel, look on pirate for some info they have a tech section on here somewhere bout what wheel work for d60's. most people either run dullie axle for the wheel or have them recentered as they are a 7" back space
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Old 07-03-2007, 07:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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yes... to both they are a 1.6.5" wheel, look on pirate for some info they have a tech section on here somewhere bout what wheel work for d60's. most people either run dullie axle for the wheel or have them recentered as they are a 7" back space
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your thinkin h1's, just so people dont read the wrong info, but i thought the only axle that needed the h2 rims to be machined was the dana 70.
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he is asking about a 17" H2 wheel, not an H1.


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I ran H2s on my 84 CUCV which has a 60/14,for a while. Fit not problem with warn standards

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ive heard of a problem with ford rear dana 60s and H2s, but your combo should be fine.
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I think also on some dodge front axles, maybe the 94 and up unitbearing hubs. The wheel has to be clearenced a little to fit.
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Will H2 Wheels fit over a front Chevy D60 with internal style Warn Prem Hubs without having to grind out the center of the wheel? Also do they need to be ground to fit over a FF 14 bolt? Just need some temp wheels until my beadlocks and boggers are paid for.

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They should fit with no problem. Mine do.
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they deffinatly clear the chevy 60 front and im pretty sure they clear the 14bff, they do not clear ford fronts or pre-unit bearing dodge hubs.
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Old 07-04-2007, 07:37 PM   #11 (permalink)
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I've had to grind the centers out with a dremel for a set of ford 60s and a set of GM axles (60/14 bolt). No major work, just kiss the ID of the wheel with a dremel. No biggie. So it looks like some do and some don't.
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