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Old 09-08-2009, 04:35 PM
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F-Superduty Wheel Bolt Pattern

Anybody know what the bolt pattern is on the F-Superduty trucks? Its a 96 and has 10 lugs but I can't find any info on the circle diameter. Are there aftermarket wheels for these trucks? Maybe 19.5's?
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Superduty trucks are 8x170 99-up
Obs trucks are 8x6.5 97-down
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Yeah but I'm talking about the F-Superduty. Its like an F450 but its the old body style. The wheels have 10 lugs on them and the one I'm looking at has the quigley 4x4 conversion because these trucks were only available in 2x4.
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If it has the 19.5 wheels it should have what they call the Bud wheel pattern which is a universal pattern shared by most all big trucks.
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Old 09-08-2009, 05:11 PM
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No is has steel 16" wheels. I was hoping I could find some 19.5s for it like off of a newer F-550. Thats why I'm trying to figure out what the bolt pattern is.
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Old 09-08-2009, 05:24 PM
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Don't know then sorry. Don't see alot of those trucks around anymore. The local tire shops used to run a fleet of those for there service trucks.
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I believe the 99-newer 450/550 have 8 lugs, not the 10 bolt that you need
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What he is talking about is the OBS F-SuperDuty trucks that had a 10 lug 16" wheel.
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Old style Ford F-SuperDuty (10-7.25", 5.46" bore)
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this style truck the red wrecker is a 1997 F-Superduty basically a obs truck with 10 lug wheels.. they do make aftermarket wheels for them




Alcoa makes a couple and there are others out there too
Alcoa: Strong Wheels -- Find Wheels for Your Vehicle

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