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Old 05-07-2011, 04:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Installing Hummer H2 rims!

I am about to make my way to a wheel and tire shop to install H2 wheels on my 06 Dodge Ram 2500 4X4.. does anybody know how much the center rims needs to be bored out? Oh and do the factory ram center caps fit the rim??
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this is what i found

2004 Dodge Ram 2500 4x4 H2 Wheel Mod and Install

some people say you can do it with a hole saw , angle grinder or dremel

post some pics when you get them on
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altering the Hummer H2 Rims

Piece o' Cake... did a set of rims this afternoon for my 2010 2500 SLT, took all of 25 minutes, on a brand new set of Speedline rims, mostly because I had to unbox them, make sure you use a flush cutting bit with an ample h.p router about 1500RPM bit speed, and not a normal 1/2" router bit or you F'em up real bad. With the flush cut bit, (2 flute solid carbide with roller bearing bottom) drop the bit in the center hole from the rear of the wheel, set the bit at about 1/2" depth, start at the 12:00 position as you face the wheel, move the bit out to hit the countersink and then to the right (clockwise), it should take all of of 3 minutes for the full cut, 20 secs for the final pass "clean up"... I'll post pics soon... worked like a champ--- no WD 40 needed, actually cut them all in one box, no fuss, no mess.... dump the box in the Gar-Bage, and you're done!!!
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