yes i know of some people that take em to get machined out which in my opinion is not worth it...I used a dremmel and 2 diffrent bits im not sure which ones i used...ive only seen the 3rd gen center caps on the h2 rims and thats what i lan on doing...also i did not buy my truck with the stock dodge rims it had the h1 2 piece rims on it..oh and to grind out the hub takes bout 5 mins per rim
I've got them on a white truck. It is very easy to open the center hole for the hub to fit. If you have a router you'll just need to go to Home depot and get a bit ($20) for it. I ruined my first bit because the screw holding it together came loose- they replaced it for free (when I got the new one home I used some lock-tite on the screw so it wouldn't back out). Takes about 2 minutes per wheel. It does make a small mess, but noting a broom won't take care of.
5in Sky Jacker with dual shocks up front and i hae add a leaf in the back..i think im goin to put 8in coils up front or whatever i can find thats taller than the coils that came with the lift...i also dont believe that sky jacker makes my lift anymore..
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