19-20 6 Lug Rims on 2015 5 Lug

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Trapahollic92

New Member
Jun 23, 2020
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Texas
Truck Year
2015
Picked up a set of 19-20 Rims for the 1500 for CHEAP!!! 600$ for the rims and the tires on them are almost brand new. good deal I think! Now the issue of the best way to mount them comes about! The only way I have found is to go with a 2 inch lug spacer conversion, which has me concerned about unwanted mechanical issues down the road. Also I would like to know if a leveling kit is required with these spacers if thats my only option ? Any help with this would be greatly appreciated.
 

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Tremper126

Active Member
Feb 15, 2019
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Partlow, Virginia
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2014
I doubt the front hubs mount the same way, but if they do you’d still be posed with the rear axle which would require a swap, which is a whole nother can of worms. I’d buy the spacer conversion and be done with it. They rub the body a little, just fyi. I am running 1.5” spacers on mine for the past 10k no issues
 

Tremper126

Active Member
Feb 15, 2019
306
121
43
Partlow, Virginia
Truck Year
2014
I have a 2” rough country leveling kit, 1.5” zone lift body kit, and I run 35’s with just a tick of rub with the spacers. I trimmed the inner fender a tick where the seam weld is behind the plastic when my tires scuffed the plastic for the fender liner.
 

CAVEMANN

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Jan 5, 2020
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Ajo, Arizona
Truck Year
2017
It will take a little more than just rotors, you'll need axles in the rear and hubs & bearings up front, if they will fit, Your "cheap" wheels & tires won't be so cheap now will they?