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What is the stock wheel width/offset?

Just wondering what the stock wheel width and offset is on my 04 F350 Lariat.

I found a picture of the stock rims in question that are the same on my 04. I want to figure out how much new rims are going to stick out past the fenders.

Any help would be great guys!

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Anything guys? Really need some specs before I start looking for rims.
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I have the same wheels you have and run them in the winter. Stock are 16x7and I would think the offset is zero but not sure on that. I run 16x10's in the summer with a backspace of 4.53" and they stick out almost 2 inches. 305x70x16's fit nice and don't rub.

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Stockers should have +0 offset, not sure though?

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oh roadbuilder.....who's backspacer are you using? I run nitto tires and rub on frame rail only on full right.
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The only think I've done is a 2" level kit and changed the front shackle. I can turn anyway and not even come close to hitting even with my mud grapplers on.

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