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Anyone make 19.5 or 22.5's for our bolt pattern?

Well, someone stole my centercaps today, and my tires are worn. So i figured why not get some big boy shoes. Id love some 22.5's, but id settle for some 19.5's. Can be steel or alloy either way. Trying to lower my revs on the highway a bit. Let me know. Any help would be awesome.

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This might help Ford 19.5" maximum force dual wheel conversion kits with wheels
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Anyone make 19.5 or 22.5 for our bolt pattern?

First off I have never heard of those rim sizes. I have heard of 13,14,15,16,17,18,20,22,24. But not the ones you mentioned. Also you may want to keep in mind the bigger the rim size the harder it is to find tires. Or find a wide selection of tires. With that said I think the biggest rim I would get is 20 inch, with a good set of all-terrians. The only half size rim I have ever heard of and it is almost completely absoulete is the 16.5. If it was me I would get 20 inch rims with 305x75r20 toyo open country A/T's.
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22.5's are what are on most original Diesel's (you know 18-wheelers). Next time you see a nice Big Rig check out some of the nice wheels on them. I do know that someone makes a conversion(not sure who), but a buddy of mine was looking into it before he put 20's on his ride. You might what to check out a local Peterbuilt store they may be able to assist you, they usual have a lot of upgrades for rigs.
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Forgot to metion I have a dually but yea, Thanks for the link, I was wondering if there were any in our bolt pattern. I didnt want to use adapters.
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I don't know of any, let us know if you find anything.

19.5's come on the SD 450 and 550's, so you might be able to fine some used wheels, but $1200 for adapters, that sucks!

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Well, someone stole my centercaps today, and my tires are worn. So i figured why not get some big boy shoes. Id love some 22.5's, but id settle for some 19.5's. Can be steel or alloy either way. Trying to lower my revs on the highway a bit. Let me know. Any help would be awesome.

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i know of a place that have adapters for your truck but thier in miami i seen a few of our obs trucks with the 22.5 and 24.5, if you have a dually in miami those are the only rims you roll on, cant even count how many duallys down here got semi rims..

the name of the place is called G.A.W.they might be a lil pricey but i can get u #'s to a whole lot of shops that can make you or get you those adapters.
305-477-5433
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yea, im actually originally from coral springs, I now live in philly.

"19.5's come on the SD 450 and 550's"

From pre 99 450 and 550's?
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Old 01-09-2007, 07:18 PM
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cool how long ago u moved from here ? i wouldnt go 19.5's i would got with the 22.5's
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Pre '99 Superduty's had 10 lug 16" wheels.
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