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To six lug or Pug? That is the question!
Posted 05 April 2004 - 08:37 PM
My soob is getting lifted early this summer, and it needs 15" wheels on which to mount larger tires. I have two options here. Get pug wheels from somebody down south (pretty sure there aren't any in AK, and if they are it's going to be $$$) and pay for shipping up here, which could be kinda lame. Behind door number two is redrilling for six lug rims and buying some 'Yota pickup steels from a yard up here, which since they are pretty prolific vehicles, the rims themselves shouldn't be too expensive. Now, the problem I can see here is in actually redrilling my hubs. Realistically, for a first-timer who does have access to a drill press, how much work is this, and can I expect it to be safe, strong, and reliable?
Any input from people who have done this would be great.
Posted 05 April 2004 - 08:47 PM
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