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Old 02-28-2006, 08:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Will H2 rims fit my setup?

I can't remember the exact size and pattern of my stuff. So will H2 rims fit a 1970's 14-bolt and late 70's D44 3/4ton?

I have a line on some cheap ones, thought I might clean up the look of my jeep with them. Do these fit without an adapter? If not, oh well.
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Yes, they are standard 8x6.5 lug pattern
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they fit ove the 14b/d44 hubs but if you ever want to put them on a d60 the center bores need to enlarged some.
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they fit ove the 14b/d44 hubs but if you ever want to put them on a d60 the center bores need to enlarged some.
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they fit ove the 14b/d44 hubs but if you ever want to put them on a d60 the center bores need to enlarged some.
Ooh good to know. That's the plan. Thanks guys.
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they fit ove the 14b/d44 hubs but if you ever want to put them on a d60 the center bores need to enlarged some.

They will fit on any GM axle, including a GM Dana 60 front or rear. If you want to run them on a Ford or Dodge axle the center holes have to be enlarged.
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