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2wd backspacing

Hey guys, I have a friend who drives a 2002 f350 crew cab 2wd, with a leveling kit, he can get a great deal on some 08 20 inch rims and tires. I realize on a 4wd these need wheel spacers/adapters if one wishes to run them but because he has a coil suspension he will have no leaf spring rubbing, does this mean they should bolt on for him with no rubbing issues or are there other issues which will arise.
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Well I did not lift mine at all and I have a 2001. Everything was great without wheel adapters with the 06 18" rims as far as bolting up and ride etc. The problem I had was in hard turns it would rub and I purchased wheel adapters and it has worked fine so far. If you go this route be sure not to purchase wheel spacers as they will not work and are a safety hazard as I found out. I have a thread going on right now about this topic if you search under my posts you will see it. If you have questions let me know if I can help
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