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post #1 of 11 Old 01-02-2008, 04:19 PM Thread Starter
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Will 16" rims fit on an 06 F250?

I fell into a killer deal on some new irok 36 (actual height of 37")
36-12.50-16 IROK Radials. I was going to use them on a scout but it doesn't look like that is going to happen. Will a 16" wheel fit on the F250? If it will clear the brakes what king of back spacing will I need? Thanks for the help!!!



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my 02 came stock with 16's and I think the backspacing was 4.5
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I have the 06 Harley Davidson I really don't know it they upgraded the brakes on it or not that is why I am asking. I know they used to come stock on them. but I know the 05 and up F150's have a 16" caliper and the smallest wheel you can use is a 17
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i think it will work

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to my knowledge a 16" wheel will not work on a 05 and newer Ford,i'm not sure what backspacing you need but with the correct backspacing the 16" wheels mite work but i'm not quite sure on that one

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i too am in the same boat as 06HDsuperduty...i bought 2 38'-13-16 to put on the truck i traded for my super duty...it would greatly save me money if i would just have to buy 2 more tires and then rims....i need to know before i lift my truck whether 16 inch will fit otherwise the tires are going out the door..
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Can't find much on this
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As I understand it, You won't find a set of 16" rims that will clear the brakes on the '05 and up Superduties.
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16" wheels won't clear the brakes!!!

Even some aftermarket 17" wheels will not fit.
The factory 17" wheels just barely clear.

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As I understand it, You won't find a set of 16" rims that will clear the brakes on the '05 and up Superduties.
Not even with changing the back spacing?
I'm not finding E load rated tires for 16 s anyway
Can I run

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