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post #1 of 13 Old 02-23-2013, 08:26 AM Thread Starter
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Semi wheels?

Anyone know what it takes to add a set of 22.5 semi wheels?


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Need a set of adapters...look something like this but no idea which ones you will need. Have to find out what the wheels you want have for a pattern then find adapters that go from your bolt pattern to them. Plus whatever lift/mods you will need to make them fit under your truck.



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Semi wheels?

A company that makes this plate? Anyone know what size lift for a 01 f350 dually?


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Sorry dude, no idea what you need specifically or where best to source it.


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i know this one.. lol. Dually Wheels - American Force Dually Wheels i bought some 22's for my dually here.. the dude was very knowledgeable, and had everything i needed..... they aint cheap though.... and go with 22"s, not 22.5.. tire selection is waaaay better for the 22's.....




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go to American Force Wheels. they have different wheels, they also have a application guide as far as tire size, what lift if any needed.
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you will need 8x170 8 to 10 adapters. Hub pilot wheels, and you can run steer tires all around. No lift is required to run 22.5's. If you get the milled 22's then as said before you will have better tire options and a better ride.


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you will need 8x170 8 to 10 adapters. Hub pilot wheels, and you can run steer tires all around. No lift is required to run 22.5's. If you get the milled 22's then as said before you will have better tire options and a better ride.
...says the guy from Florida. I could run steers all the way round for like 9 days out of the year


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Lol, yeah I wasn't thinking about that.. Guess that is a florida thing..


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I thought you had to run atleast a 3" suspension lift for them wheels to fit? Hell maybe im wrong.

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