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Will 3rd Gen 20's Fit on My 1997 2WD 1500 Club Cab?

Hi all,

First time poster here...thank you to all that post and contribute as I have learned so much from so many of you. I recently finished(almost) my first and only Ram project...now I'm looking at different wheels. I think I prefer OEM wheels and I'm interested in putting these 20" wheels from a 3rd gen...I'm unsure of what exact year they come from as I'm just finding them used on craigslist. I've scoured the web trying to find information on this topic and I think I've learned that I'll need to mod the wheel itself or use spacers. I'm hoping someone here can shed some light on this topic. I've posted a picture of the wheel I'm interested in and my truck, but I don't have to have that wheel...if there are others that would fit without spacers/mods, I'm open to ideas...20's is preferred with something like a 275 60 20 tire. I have a 1997 Dodge Ram 1500 Club Cab 2WD with 2 in leveling kit on front. Does anyone know what type of spacers or what mods(if any) are needed to make this work? Thank you!
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