1/4" spacer and they will fit fine. You will need to either get longer
studs or special lug nuts to make up for the loss in stock studs. I
would suggest a set of spacers that are solid, most likely have to be
custom made to hit the entire contact area on the back. I run them on
my '96 without any problems that way. We'll when my '96 is running.
On Apr 8, 2004, at 12:38 PM, Tony Cellana wrote:
> Hey all,
> I have a neighbor with a Gen II. He wants to put some Gen III R/T
> rims on his truck.
> Are these a direct bolt on, or are spacers or anything required??
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