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1999 Dodge Ram 3500 Hub Bore Size

Wheel Specs

Bolt Pattern (Lug Pattern) - 8x165.1

The bolt pattern is what determines the size and shape of your wheel lugs. There are four, five, or six-lug holes depending on how many times they cross each other before coming out in a radiused fashion at their endpoints to form a circle around this imaginary central hub called "bolting". The diameter (or width) measured across these approaches will dictate just about every part attached directly below it.

Wheel Adapters

Hub Bore Size - 130.8 mm

if your wheel center bore is a larger diameter than your hub bore, you need hubcentric rings. This is because aftermarket wheels are typically designed to fit as many cars as possible unless they are custom-made for your specific application. Wheel bore measurement is important because it determines the size of your hub. The larger number means that you will have a more precise fit with less slippage between wheel and axle, but also rely on heavier-duty equipment for greater distances before needing repairs or rebuilt parts due to wear+nut failure.

Hub Centric Rings

Lug Nut Size - M14 x 1.5

Lug nuts are used to secure the disc to the vehicle. The size of these fasteners is described by three numbers - the first is the bolt diameter, the second is the thread pitch, and the third is the bolt length. When buying new rims, it is critical to make sure that the bolt meets all parameters, because otherwise, it may not be able to withstand the load at high speeds.

What is the hub bore size for 1999 Dodge Ram 3500?

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It is important that the center bore of the wheel matches Dodge Ram 3500 hub size. Most aftermarket wheels are machined with a larger bore to fit more vehicles and they use hub-centric rings to adapt to the car they’re installed on

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