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Old 02-15-2008, 07:20 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have done a search but can not seem to find an answer to my question.

What is the bolt pattern for the stock wheel? Is there anything odd to know about fitting aftermarket wheels for stock application.

I am guessing it's 6x5.5 and pretty simple, but I am not positive. I am looking at ordering new wheels straight away and need to be sure before I drop the cash. Any response is appreciated. B2
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Old 02-15-2008, 07:28 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I have done a search but can not seem to find an answer to my question.

What is the bolt pattern for the stock wheel? Is there anything odd to know about fitting aftermarket wheels for stock application.

I am guessing it's 6x5.5 and pretty simple, but I am not positive. I am looking at ordering new wheels straight away and need to be sure before I drop the cash. Any response is appreciated. B2
For fuck's sake..... have you even looked at the stock wheels?
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I have done a search but can not seem to find an answer to my question.

What is the bolt pattern for the stock wheel? Is there anything odd to know about fitting aftermarket wheels for stock application.

I am guessing it's 6x5.5 and pretty simple, but I am not positive. I am looking at ordering new wheels straight away and need to be sure before I drop the cash. Any response is appreciated. B2
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Wow,no shortage of PRICKS here.

My truck is actually on it's way from California right now, so I can't really give it a good look. I was hoping to order the wheel so that they would get here about the same time. But apparently I am going to have to wait for it to get here so I can figure out the bolt pattern.
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5 x 5.5. Your picture in the other thread should have answered you question of how many lugs there were, but the bolt circle might have remained the only question.
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I have done a search but can not seem to find an answer to my question.

What is the bolt pattern for the stock wheel? Is there anything odd to know about fitting aftermarket wheels for stock application.

I am guessing it's 6x5.5 and pretty simple, but I am not positive. I am looking at ordering new wheels straight away and need to be sure before I drop the cash. Any response is appreciated. B2
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Wow,no shortage of PRICKS here.

My truck is actually on it's way from California right now, so I can't really give it a good look. I was hoping to order the wheel so that they would get here about the same time. But apparently I am going to have to wait for it to get here so I can figure out the bolt pattern.
Quit your belly-achin'.... and appreciate the responses.
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Quit your belly-achin'.... and appreciate the responses.
Your right I'll be more appreciative of "any response", I'll also try and remember that I am lucky if TARDS like you can read, much less respond in english.

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