I've never seen the answer to this question. /images/graemlins/freak3.gif
Well, when you see a '96 hub with the wheel center bolted to it but not the rest of the wheel, you'll understand. It's not a pretty sight. I guess the point is that the 6-bolt design is certainly strong, but the '96 wheels weren't (when used with sticky tires). Yikes! :ugh:Tiepilot said:What do 96 wheels have to do with this topic anyway?
Oh, absolutely! I'm sure Dodge said, "Hey, as long as we're robbing the parts bin, let's just go for something more than strong enough," and the 6-bolt hubs fit the bill.SmokinV10 said:With all the other design flaws of hte viper, i think basic economics was the driving factor