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Ok, I have a Ram 2004 1500 sport slt, it came with 20" wheels. My question is, can I put smaller wheels (I.E. 17" or 18") on without interfearing with the breaks? :help:
 

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The horse has been kicked...the brakes should be the same whether you have the 20 inchers or the 17 inchers.
 

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Yes you can... jsut be careful as theree are some 17's that will still have clearance issues.
 

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1badblkHemi said:
My question is, can I put smaller wheels (I.E. 17" or 18") on without interfearing with the breaks? :help:

Of course you can. Thats what I did. :D
 

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Can you fit 16's on there? I know with my steel 17's there is about a inch maybe more between the inside of the rim and the caliper. Wondered if anyone has tried mounting one to see how close it is. Some people say they have ground their calipers down, but i am not about that at all.
 

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Can you fit 16's on there? I know with my steel 17's there is about a inch maybe more between the inside of the rim and the caliper. Wondered if anyone has tried mounting one to see how close it is. Some people say they have ground their calipers down, but i am not about that at all.
Nope, won't clear the calipers.
 

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I'm running Weld Dune 5's 17x8.5 no issues for the last 2000 miles.
 
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