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Old 12-09-2012, 03:22 PM
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2000 f250 wheel back spacing

Hello guys over the summer I put on a set of 06 lariat wheels on my truck and they are sucked in way to far and makes the truck look stupid. I am looking for wheel spacers for the truck but i am not sure of the size i need. I was told 1.5" and 2". i wouldnt mind them sticking out of the wheel well a bit but nothing much. Are spacers safe?

thanks guys for any info....

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Old 12-25-2012, 12:15 AM
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uhh i would take those off before one of them goes off on its own.
the 05 up rims are hubcentric, the older trucks are all lugcentric.

you need the correct adapters to run those safely. i think wheeladapter.com
sells steel spacers not cheap aluminum ones.
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