i have a chevy 1500 i want to change from a single tire to a duel tire but i don t want to chage the axle or rear end but dont know what it takes to do it


Asked by Sep 10, 2014 at 05:03 PM about the 1995 Chevrolet C/K 3500 Reg. Cab 2WD

Question type: Car Customization

im not going to be hauling or pulling anything its just for show

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Krazy Glue

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James Kitlas

"Duel" rear differentials are expensive & would be difficult to mount & modify your suspension to your stock pickup. For show just use 2X stackable rims & fender flairs.

John Carson

Without the made for duel rear end, you will be putting a lot of stress on the tire mount bolts and risk having them drop off while driving. Why don't you go to a single off set deep rim with super wide tires? 10 wheeler trucks are doing away with the duel tires and putting on a single wide tire now, I think a very wide tire looks more cool that a duel tire anyway. Use hard lug bolts though.


DUEL = Turn your back on your opponent, walk 20 paces, turn, and fire. DUAL = A pair.

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