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post #1 of 13 Old 09-16-2007, 08:13 PM Thread Starter
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Rim swap

So yea my friends dad has a 2005 F350 king ranch in his lot with some after market Moto Metal 951 rims, and I was wondering if they would fit on my 2004 F350?
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Yes they will,, But not on the OBS trucks...
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+1 vote here they will fit.
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05+ rims have different backspacing then your 04, and will rub.

99-04 = leaf spring front suspension.
05+ = coil sprung front suspension.

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05+ rims have different backspacing then your 04, and will rub.

99-04 = leaf spring front suspension.
05+ = coil sprung front suspension.
951 Moto Metals should fit. They will just be tucked in a little more on the 04.
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Brain fart - didn't read that part. I thought he was trading moto metals for KR rims.

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yep they will go...

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oh and they read 325/13.5/20. Are they the 20X10 or 20X9?
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dont quote me but i believe they are 20x10... now honestly those puppys are gonna rub on your leafs a lot.... im running 12.5" wide tires and they rub way more than my 315's did.....
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