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post #1 of 13 Old 03-13-2012, 03:52 PM Thread Starter
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98 Durango bolt pattern!! I don't like it!!

Is the bolt pattern on a 98 durango 6x4.5??


I been lookin for used rims.. seems like every 6 lug rim I find is a damn 6x5.5... Ive heard of the adapters, but I heard those are not recommended..
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Every Durango made up until 2004 was 6x4.5. Not many places make that bolt pattern unless you custom order from like CCW or somethere where they can drill the blanks for any bolt pattern. When searching, you have to search by vehicle.

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Yeah.. it sucks.. all the good deals I find are for damn 6x5.5 rims!! or 6x5!
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There are some nice rims available depending on what you are looking for.

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summit racing has them..
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Hub adapters or there was a member here offering billet hub conversions to 5x4.5 I believe.

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Hub adapters or there was a member here offering billet hub conversions to 5x4.5 I believe.
brandon burns is the kid the makes the hub conversions, and i wouldnt trust lug adapters
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There used to be hundreds of wheels available 5+ years ago. There's maybe a dozen wheel choices now?

I'd love to do the 5 lug conversion but I can't really afford that change.

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mosier will take your hubs and weld the holes and redrill and stud them for like 90 bucks and then they will sell you new rear axles or you can have the same thing done with them. all in all i think it was like under 250 or so for the weld and redrill,
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