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Old 11-05-2013, 09:14 AM
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Will these wheels work????

Hey guys I have searched and searched and searched for hours and days look for the info that states what rims will work on a obs ford powerstroke. So in the little bit I have found it looks like these rims should work I think. But first I wanted everyone else's thoughts on them. http://m.ebay.com/itm/301001505520?c...SC&gxo=trueAnd

also will someone state the correct sizing a obs should run like (backspacing, hub bore, and weight rating etc)


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Not a single yes or no even?


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What's funny is I got a 1972 F100 with these rims older style I think but 16x10 they are pretty big and when you get tires on them they seem to look massive.



16 x 8. of course size of rim
Part Number 164P-6881. Self explanatory
Boltpattern(s) 8x6.5. Correct for obs
Offset -6
Hub Bore 130. I referenced the chart on the link
Backspacing 4.25

I think someone else will chim in that knows for sure on the hub size. I would make sure your suspension can accommodate for such s big wide tire.

WheelAdapter.com > Bolt Patterns Database

Hope it helps, ensure you do the research to get a proper and safe ride.
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