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i am looking into the series 186 eagle alloys but i want to know if i would have to grind the calipers with these rims...if you know that answer yto that wuestion PLEASE let me know
 

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cauch235 said:
i am looking into the series 186 eagle alloys but i want to know if i would have to grind the calipers with these rims...if you know that answer yto that wuestion PLEASE let me know
my eagle 589's fit w/o rubbing. order one as a test fit
 

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my eagle 589's fit w/o rubbing. order one as a test fit
What year is your truck? 15"? 16"? I read on here a guy who bought them for a newer model (01-04) and they didn't fit.
 

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What year is your truck? 15"? 16"? I read on here a guy who bought them for a newer model (01-04) and they didn't fit.
i have an 04 dubcab with stock 16" rims
 

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i have an 04 dubcab with stock 16" rims
The only way to know for sure is test fit them. There has been talk that 01-04 models have a harder time with brake calipers hitting the rims, but I test fit the eagle 186 15 X 10 and they fit just fine. They were just a little to wide for me. I haven't tested the 15X8s so maybe if you get a chance you can come back and let us know. If the brake calipers do rub,... check to see if it is minimal and can be grinded down a bit.
 

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My Eagle Alloy Rims fit just fine w/out any rubbing at all. I'm running a 15x8 with a 3.25 backspacing. It's kind of tight, but works.
 
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