Re: Can I use 15 x 10 wheels on my \'95 Dodge Ram???
I do listen to peoples advice [img]images/graemlins/crazy.gif[/img]
No one really said, hey I have a mid 90's Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 and are running 15 x 10's they are great. Most people said, "I think", "You probably can". The shop manager that knows a ton about trucks, said no, and for safety sake, I went with it. They don't give a crap if I run 15's or 16's for profit sake.
He didn't know what I was buying or how much, he just happened to be outside and walking by, and I asked him to look at my truck. He looked at the rear and said no, I wouldn't run 15's. Also, since my truck came with 16's, it seems like the safest bet anyhow.
Now just incase I ever to a disc conversion in the rear, then this will be a good thing as well [img]images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
Why don't you like 4 Wheel Parts?? I have done tons of research on the web and at a few other 4x4 shops, and they always give me the best prices. Also DriveTrain Warehouse is offering a $100 rebate on labor, so I got $100 off labor at 4 Wheel Parts because of that. Having it done there gives me a 3 month warranty on labor, so I feel a little more at ease, incase something breaks.
They also have a no questions asked warranty on tires, which came to only about $80. I know someone that has this, and they blew out a side wall while crawling. They brought in the tire and they replaced it with no hassle. I have also found a pretty honest sales guy, which is nice to have in your corner.