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    Default 1320 wheels 5 lug conversion hubs

    1320 Wheels is now converting Dakota 6 lug hubs to 5 lug. I haven't contacted them about pricing yet. But it's nice to see some more support for our trucks.

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    Just emailed them just waiting to hear back.


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    Interested to hear what they come back with. Sounds like a slippery slope when I should be putting money into my old Charger.

    5 lug hubs, 5 lug axles, 5 lugs wheels, fatter tires. There's like 3 grand I'm NOT putting into the Charger.

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    lol i hear 5 lug conversion and google chrome somehow gets to weld racing's homepage. i dont get it


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    Any update on this? This is interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by RDakotaR/T View Post
    Any update on this? This is interesting
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    I just spoke to them and here is the price breakdown:

    labor to machine both hubs and install lugs: $260
    labor to machine both front rotors: $65
    new axles with 5 lug pattern: $260 shipped
    labor to machine both rear rotors/drums: $65

    Total labor: $650

    This is just labor, so either use your parts or have them get new ones (front rotors, hubs, rear rotors/drums).
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    Glad to see we have options
    One of my best friends has a Bridgeport in his garage so we did my 4 rotors and front hubs at his place, under supervision of his uncle who is a life long machinist.
    I bought moser rear axles to change the rear bolt pattern.

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    $650! Got damn.

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    Ya, I just wish someone still made the R/T style in 20's...or have some better choices.
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    Can't you just use rear drums from a ram?
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    Moser does it too, that's who I plan on using for my parts. $90 per piece to weld and redrill the bolt pattern.

    http://www.moserengineering.com/moser/shop-services/

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    Moser told me last month
    $45 per hub
    $45 per rotor or drum

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    i would double check with moser before you send anything off...i e-mailed them and they told me prices and that they would do them..i mailed them off and a different guy told me they didnt do them any more...alot of back and fourth with them.. they ended up just sending them back to me....put a bad taste in my mouth for moser for sure
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    I asked about that, they said if you have the bearing pressed out and studs pressed out they have no problem doing the work.

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    I want to do this, but id like to run the 5x115 dodge lx platform lug pattern. I read that the offset and backspacing wasnt right for those. Then a factory lightweight srt 20" wheel could be used. I did read the the wk1 srt jeep rear wheel would work. 20x10 wheel.
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