1994-2018 Dodge Ram 3500 Dually 8x6.5" Wheel Adapters Hub Centric Billet Aluminum
** This Product Is Made To Order, May Take Up To 5 Business Days To Ship **
Fully Hub Centric.
If Selecting "Rear Wheels (Behind 1st Wheel" Under Placement, You Will Receive An Adapter With A 1" Lip & Longer Studs To Accommodate For Dual Wheels.
Looking For A Custom Size Or Thickness? Give Us A Call ( 310 ) 763-1437
Turn Around Time For Custom Orders is 1 week
- These 8x6.5" Wheel Adapters Will Work With Factory & Aftermarket Wheels
- Hub/Wheel Centric: Will Not Vibrate At High Speeds
- Improve Vehicles Handling Characteristics
- Improve Incorrect Wheel Offsets
- Enhance Vehicle Appearance; Aggressive Stance
- Made Out of 6061 T-6 Aluminum Billet Bars
- Specifically Design For Extreme Duty Vehicles, Towing Safe
- Mounting Hardware Included
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
- Vehicle Bolt Pattern: 8x6.5"
- Vehicle Hub Bore: 121.3MM
- Wheel Bolt Pattern: 8x6.5"
- Wheel Bore: 121.3 MM
- Thread Pitch: 9/16-18 | 14x1.5
- Thickness: 1" - 4"
- Lip Thickness : 0.5" (Standard) | 1" For Dual Wheels
- Material : Billet Aluminum 6061 T-6
- Hardware: 10.9 Steel
- Finish: Raw / Black Finish - Depends on Material Availability
- Torque Specs: Factory Specs Recommended
- Will Work On Front Wheels
- Will Work In Between Dually Wheels, If You Need An Adapter Before Both Wheels, Contact Us.
- What Is The Maximum Towing Capacity?
The maximum towing capacity we have tested on our adapters is 28,000 lbs. We tested this on a 2020 Ram 3500 which is rated to tow 33,000 lbs. with zero issues.
- My Stud Got Damaged, Can I Buy Replacement Studs?
If for any reason you need to get replacement studs, we also carry them. Please look at the Lug Nuts & Spacers tab for more info.
- Minimal Trimming of Your Factory Studs Is Required For Adapters 1.5" & Smaller
- Detailed Installation Instructions Will Be Uploaded.
- Product Videos Will Be Updated Soon
Factory Style Lug Nuts
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- Further Warranty Information Will Be Updated Soon
Had to remove my D80 axle shafts, then remove some OD of the axle flange to fit these. You could just remove the axle shafts, put them on, but spare tire changes will involve axle shaft removal. Just get your axle shaft flanges machined down a hair and problem solved. They solved my wheel hop issue. They’re also helping the wheels be fully supported by the hub so hauling isn’t a concern any longer. Worth it if you’re spacing a set of wheels for wider tires, and still hauling weight with your dual rear wheel pickup.