yes they will fit (have a set of 2005? on a 88 rc) but they are real close to the tre and they suck the tires in alot. the hub sticks out ALOT. mine are on so i can move it around the yard not to drive on.
There is a big offset to the inside was something that I saw while looking at a set yesterday. The fronts looked like they had very little "Dish" to them. Craigslist is loaded with them, most sets of 4 are under $200.00. Just wondering if anybodies found a style that fits. Cant afford new ones on the trail truck.
You might be able to run the 17x8 hummer H2 rims which have gotten dirt cheap. Think it requires some center hub clearancing with a router. Now 17" tires are so much more popular and cheap, plus if you shop right, you can pickup a set of [email protected] rims with the stock 35" bfgs.
Yep, H2s are supposed to work. Have a set of 5 in the garage. The reseach I have done indicates the center has to be bored out to 4.77" or so. Many have done it and I am planning to when the 60s get installed. If you go down the Hummer H2 route, here is a URL with more details...
Several guys are reporting doing it w/o the precise machine work described above, I am considering it as well.
I have a '94 2500. You don't want those tiny 16x6.5" rims that the 2500s have. I do have 12.50s on them, they do physically fit, but I think this is what caused the squirrely handling and rough riding, since they need to be inflated excessively, and then ride only on the center patch, creating a feeling similar to a bad steering coupler (even though they have double u joint shafts)
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