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Here's a video on the same model/make with something that started as a noise. Turns out there are two different axles with the difference being the locking ring on the inboard end. Dodge Dakota Front Axle Noise
The bolt pattern for a 2007 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab should be depicted in a diagram on the owner's manual of your vehicle. You can access the owner's manual for your 2007 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab online at the Dodge website. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ autel maxidas ds708
The problem may be related to technical service bulletin TSB 03-001-07 which involves replacing the front axle actuator disconnect and a software update. You should be able to Google the TSB and look at the build date listed in the bulletin to determine if it applies to your vehicle.
often what happens is bolt pattern same like 6 lugs but the the bolts themselves are far apart from each otheri looked up 04 4x4 tocoma bolt pattern is 717x225mm). Big Hub. Bolt pattern: 6x139.7 (6x5.5). Offset: 2 to 22 mm.. it could work the rea test is to try one wheel and see if it fits do front one because of the 4x4 hub in front i would need to know what type chevy?
91 to 93 can have the same 6 lug pattern. the 89 is strickly a 5 lug. The axles from the 89 will not fit in the 91 differential. Yes it would be easier on you to change out the whole thing and change it to a 5 lug truck. Good luck, from a Chrysler parts employee.
The factory Lug pattern on the Olds Custom cruiser full size (i.e. Caprice/ Impala) is 5 lug with 5 inch spacing also known as 5 on 5. The S-10, Camaro, and Chevelles are all 5 on 4 3/4 so they will not work. Any 5 lug Full sized Van or full sized GM pickup truck or Astro have the same pattern as the Custom cruiser. Additionally, Most Gm 64-96 Full sized body on frame cars have the same pattern of 5 on 5 (5x5) as the Custom cruiser. Hope this helps.
According to everything I can find, yes.
It's a 5x114.3 bolt pattern (or 5x4.50)
However, your offset (from where the wheels bolt on to the edge of the rim) might be a little different depending on the wheel.