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Has anyone tried putting dually rims and tires on the rear of a f250? I know in the older model trucks you could.

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I just wandered if dually rims would rub. If i wanted to put a flat bed on it.

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They would probably rub the leaves. DRW trucks use a wider Dana 80 axle vs the 10.5 Sterling on the SRW trucks. Also IIRC the DRW lug pattern changed in 05 to 8x200, SRW is 8x170.

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Would a 99up dually rear be a direct fit with the same lug pattern as a 06 f250?

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As long as it's a 350 DRW it should be the same. Just take a tape measure with you to the junk yard to make sure. Also, cab and chassis trucks have a narrower frame than trucks that came with a bed so the spring perches would be in the wrong place if you mixed them up.

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What rear is in the 99 duallys? What rear is in the 06 srw f350?

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They are both Dana 80's. 05+ has 8x200 and larger brakes. 99-04 has 8x170. I have also heard a rumor that a DRW 10.5 sterling was used in some gas trucks but I have never seen one.

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