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Old 07-03-2008
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new rims

bullit R black rims
tire size: 245/45/17
do you think they look good on my truck? Does anyone know if i will need any spacers or anything?
thanks!
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the truck is still jacked up and the rim is not completly on there, didnt have the right lugs.
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first remove the center cap for the front wheels. then go to auto store and get a 5/16 spacer (2) of them. then it will bolt up its interfering with the hub hole. you can not run center caps on them in the front you need like a 1" adapter to run them in the front.

the rears have no problems
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i had no problems with my center caps
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he has I-beam truck you have SLA. thats like comparing a house to a rabbit. look before you throw random info out that doesn't make sense...
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no need to act like a little school girl, i was throwing random info, and i was not comparing anything
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your giving info that isnt going to help him.. just pay attention this is how people get messed up with wrong info.. also there is no need for personal attacking i did not do that to you i just told you the difference..
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so if they bolt up it should be no problem? we put them on there but we didnt have the right lug nut socket to see if it would bolt on. if it doesnt bolt on and clear the hubs, then i need to buy a 1" spacer for the front wheels. am i right or confused? I also dont know which spacers if any I need to use?
Thanks ALOT for all the help.
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listen one more time REMOVE the center cap. on the front wheels that thing has the R on it. and you also NEED a 5/16 SPACER to bolt up the front one's!! you got that?
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Those will look good on there once you get some spacers.
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