All Rumble Bee's came with cloth seats, which could be upgraded to leather upon customer demand. There from the same year truck mines just a sport model and the rims I got are off an off road model Hi I was wondering if anybody knew what is the biggest tire size I can put on a 2017 dodge ram 1500 crew cab with the four corner active air ride system? The Dodge Ram Rumble Bee was a truck inspired by the muscle cars of past years. Can I put 2002 Ram 1500 and up wheels on my 2001 Ram 1500? Thank you in advance Hello I would appreciate some advice. It is absolutely critical that you torque the axle nut to the proper spec! Always tighten further to align holes. Unplug the abs sensor if equipped. If you need torque specs let me know and i'll get them for you.
Remove the caliper and rotor. Don't back off on nut if you have a cotter pin that needs to be installed. To reassemble, reverse the steps, being careful to torque the axle nut to the proper spec. But I'm lost as to what size tore I need for the rim. And so far everywhere is saying I can fit 35s I'm worried about rubing when I turn or if t will even fit with the fenders.
Thanks tommy What size tires can I fit on my 2006 Dodge Ram 1500. Sorry I meant to say it rubs against my tie rod I had control arm in my head because I just replaced them the tie rod rubs the inner part of rim that's the only thing that's touching tho its a tight squeez but my caliper doesn't touch its just the tie rod rubbing on inner part of the rim is there anything I can do too fox that problem too fit the 17s on my truck. It bears the bumble bee stripe that is similar to the one that can be found on the old Dodge Super Bee, Charger, and Challenger. Could you tell me if that would work and if not I'm looking to spend the least amount to get those rims and tires on. This was a limited edition run, and was only made available in 2004 and 2005 Second Swarm. .
I had theses rims in my garage for a year so any information would help. Remove the three bolts that hold the hub to the knuckle. Make sure the axle is free inside the hub splines by pushing it in a bit. Also pump the brake pedal before you road test to verify the noise is gone. Remove the wheel, the brake caliper with the mounting bracket and pads all together, the brake rotor, and the axle nut. The hub assembly is bolted to the steering knuckle, so there actually is no wheel bearing torque. Also do you know which all-terrain tire would be the best to go with? On ones that don't have pin, use new nut only.
You can put a punch in the fins of the rotor to keep the assembly from turning while you rmove the nut. You can can do the same thing when you torque the axle nut. I have a leveling kit on my truck. The special center dash bezel was painted a gloss yellow with a dash plaque indicating its limited edition production number. To my knowledge the bearing is not serviceable.
It may be corroded in the knuckle, so some force may be required to get it out. Fewer of the latter, but some different versions of the Ram were given aftermarket Rumble Bee modifications by the consumer or dealerships. . . .
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