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Old 08-07-2013, 01:01 PM
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Which wheels will fit my truck

I'm looking for the 20 inch king ranch/or 20 inch stock wheels off later year model trucks than mine (2005) f-350 KR 4x4.

I'd like to buy a set of factory takes offs. My question is what years fit my truck?

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The bolt pattern hasn't changed on the super dutys, but since you have an 05 the brakes are larger than 99-04 so you need to have 17's or bigger to clear the front brake calipers.
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The bolt pattern hasn't changed on the super dutys
I believe in 08 they did change... but 99-07 they are the same.
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I'm wanting 20x9 or 20x10 stock wheels. So any year super duty wheels will fit?

If I went aftermarket what would the back spacing be and all?


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Old 08-07-2013, 05:17 PM
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The bolt pattern is the same in all years...8x170

The wheel studs changed...99-02-14x2.0 03 and up-14x1.5

Studs size doesn't matter because it can me fixed with a simply lug nut change.
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wheels

I have a 05 4x4,and have had the 2009 20s on mine and now have the 2012 KR 20s. but stock it came with the 18s
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Ok so if I'm understanding correctly I can put any year newer wheels than 2005 on my truck without any modification?


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rims

from my experience yes.
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I'm wanting 20x9 or 20x10 stock wheels. So any year super duty wheels will fit?

If I went aftermarket what would the back spacing be and all?


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Ford hasn't made and 20x9 or 20x10 wheels... Yet.

All SRW 20" wheels 05 and newer are 8" wide with a +40 offset on a 8x170 bolt pattern.
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Ok so if I'm understanding correctly I can put any year newer wheels than 2005 on my truck without any modification?


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That is correct. You could even put 99-04 SD wheels on, but since the offset on the leaf sprung trucks is a 0 offset they would be sticking out 1.75" further out then your stock wheels.
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