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Old 01-04-2010, 12:38 AM
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OBS 2WD WHEEL OPTIONS

Hey guys, can anyone help me out on what wheel options i have for a 2wd F250? I am wanting to go with some 18's but can't seem to find anything other than 99 up wheels. what is the bolt pattern and proper back spacing? Will dodge 3/4 ton wheels fit if I can find some aftermarket wheels from a dodge? Thanks for the help guys!!!!
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Your bolt pattern is 8 on 6 1/2. As for backspacing, i think factory is 4 1/2 inches. And yes, Dodge and Chevy wheels both will fit.
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Thanks Bronco!!! Do you know if there is a certain year of Dodge or Chevy?
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As far as I know, all years will fit. I know for certain that the third gen Dodges will ('03-'07). As for Chevrolet, they've been with this bolt pattern forever, and haven't changed a thing. To my knowledge, the only wheels that won't fit are the '99-up Ford wheels. They're 8 on 170mm. Don't ask me why.
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Ok!!! Thanks Bronco!!
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I have some 18x9" Centerlines chrome like new..
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any wheels that will fit 4x4 will fit 2wds
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