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2wd on Alcoa's

Will stock Alcoa's fit on a stock 2wd? From the backspacing to the dust caps, will they fit on without hacking anything up?

Yeah I'm picky so I don't want to cut anything up on a new truck or butcher a good set or rims just to make them fit.
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yes thats what's on my 04 Steve
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mhmm thats what will be on my truck soon enough
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the only thing i had to do was dremel the inside of my front dust caps to fit around my hubs, but i have a '99, so i'm not sure how much different yours is
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^ Got pics of your truck with those rims?
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the only thing i had to do was dremel the inside of my front dust caps to fit around my hubs, but i have a '99, so i'm not sure how much different yours is
Don't have any pics of that do ya?
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pictures of the modified center caps and on a 2wd. really easy to do. I only did 2 caps



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BAM!
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I sees says mees.


TY. good info.
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Thanks Stone for the pics, and to save another thread ill get a pic of mine as soon as i'm able to take a picture
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