Description

WHEEL ADAPTERS (Changes Bolt Pattern) - Allows 8x6.5" (8x165.1) vehicle to use wheels with 8x170 bolt pattern.
Quantity: Four (4)
Thickness: 2.0" (50mm)
Vehicle Side Bolt Pattern: 8x6.5" (8x165.1)
Wheel Side Bolt Pattern: 8x170
Centerbore: 125mm
Stud/Nut Thread Pitch: 9/16"
Material: T6 Aerospace Grade Aluminum
Applications:
1980-1997 Ford F-350
1980-1998 Ford F-250
1994-2010 Dodge Ram 2500
1994-2010 Dodge Ram 3500
Check Before Purchasing:
1. Fender Gap: Measure your wheel gap for clearance. You will need at least 2.0" (50mm) of fender clearance to prevent the wheel/tire from hitting the fenderliner.
2. Bolt Patterns: Double Check that the "Vehicle Side Bolt Pattern" matches your car. And the "Wheel Side Bolt Pattern" matches your wheels.
3. Wheel Stud Length: Your vehicle's wheel studs need to be less than 2.0" (50mm). If not, the back of your wheels need pockets long/wide enough for your studs.
Important Notes
- If your vehicle hub is smaller than 125mm, we recommend purchasing hubcentric rings to reduce the chance of vibrations.
- If your vehicle does not have 9/16" threaded wheel studs, you would need to purchase the correct threaded lug nuts for proper installation.
  • This item CHANGES your vehicles bolt pattern. Not compatible with factory wheels.
  • Allows your 8x165.1 or 8x6.5" Vehicle to use wheels with 8x170 Bolt Pattern
  • Aerospace Grade Aluminum - CNC Machined to precise specifications and tolerances
  • Pushes your wheels further away from the hub, giving your vehicle a more aggressive stance & allows for better handling characteristics
  • Make sure to review "Before Purchase" details and the Important Notes section. Additionally, check Vehicle Fitment Chart in Description (if available).
Specifications
ColorBlack
Dimensions13 x 13 x 6 inches

RockTrix for Precision European - 4pc 2" Thick 8x6.5 to 8x170 Wheel Adapters (CHANGES BOLT PATTERN) with 9/16" Studs for 1980-1998 Ford F250 F350 and 1994-2010 Dodge Ram 2500 3500 (Black Spacers)

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