Last post on May 06, 2007 at 7:17 PM
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Dodge Durango, Dodge
Dec 12, 2005 (3:25 am)
will the front end suspension parts off a 1978-79 camaro, fit on 1980 c10 to lower the front end and help handling? Any ideas? please help
#3 of 10 Re: Toyota Avalon wheel mods
Apr 09, 2006 (3:50 pm)
I have a set of 22 inch wheels for my 06 Avy and am having a little trouble with the back strut rubbing. The front to my surprise actually worked fine and fits perfect. A set of coilovers would do the trick but unfortunately theres no aftermarket parts for this car yet. Anyone have some suggestion that might help??
#5 of 10 Re: Suspension/wheel/tire modifications [pr4mncplus1]
Feb 03, 2007 (11:00 am)
Are the 17's for sale(with tires)?
#6 of 10 2004 dodge durango
Feb 15, 2007 (6:13 pm)
I am totally lost if someone can help me I have a 2004 dodge durango someone told me that there is a particular bolt pattern that I need to get to fit the truck does anyone know what that pattern is? what is the size of tires that need to go on it??????
#7 of 10 2004 Durango Wheels
Feb 28, 2007 (6:52 am)
Does any one know the Bolt pattern for the stock wheels, I was told it is 5x???, but dont know the ???. I have a brand new set of wheels and tires that I am trying to sell. Everyone keeps asking for the bolt pattern size.
#8 of 10 Re: 2004 dodge durango [04durango]
Mar 26, 2007 (1:01 pm)
I'd ask the techs at the Tire Rack. It's usually either 5x100 or 5x114, something like that. Probably the latter for a heavy truck like yours.
Other issues like offset are also important, though, so just because the bolt pattern is corrent does not mean they won't rub or have other issues.
#9 of 10 Re: 2004 dodge durango [ateixeira]
Mar 26, 2007 (1:21 pm)
Yeah you want to get the correct bolt pattern and offset. It's american so it may not be in metric, also could be 6xSomething if it's a 3/4 ton it'll be 8xSomething.
#10 of 10 Keeping the board alive =P
May 06, 2007 (7:17 pm)
I just got tokico illuminas on my IS300 this weekend and WOW! what a difference! The car is much easier to control. I didn't realize how badly the stock shocks were blown until I had them off the car. I could push them down with my pinky and they wouldn't even come back up. I flipped them over and the rod came out of the body
All in all, illuminas are a good shock ... but konis are better