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wheel style question!

I just got a set of MAZZI HULK Wheels for my truck and the cap is too short for the differential bolts at the end of the axle. I tried to do research before I buy on line but it looks like I failed again. Any suggestions on a wheel for a 94 F350 one ton single wheel on the rear? I am looking for a 18X10 wheel .
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I have pro comp wheels and the caps were to short also.
4Wheel parts got me some chrome American racing centers that where long enough.

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Well I figured out a solution for the shortness of the center cap . I am going to mill center cap spacers to make them work. the spacers will 3/4" thick just enough to cover the automatic locking hubs and the rear axle ends. just need to take a few measurements cut and mill them then polish them up . When Im done Ill post them.This is the hub I need ti raise. shouldn't be much trouble.wheel style question!-picture.jpg
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