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I need hub dimension's,durango 4x4 slt

I have 20inch rims & tires. The tire tech brought to my attention that the hub on my 2003 durango slt 4x4 is SMALLER than the rim hub.I'm told this causes the rim to shift thus weakening the studs and cause the rim to be off-balance. What's the dimension of the hub on the truck, i was told "hub adapters" would correct this issue.

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Look at the door sticker on the drivers door. I would have to guess that it will say it takes a 16x7.0 rim. Any store that sells the type of rims you have should be able to give you the proper spacers for this. If not, J.C. Whittney might have an after market setup to help you solve this problem. Wouldn't do a whole lot of crusing till you fix it. The tire tech is correct and it could bust the lugs real easy and take you for a wild ride!

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