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Old 09-16-2008, 11:48 AM
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What year wheels are these?

I need everyones help. Im not sure what year wheels these are. The seller is saying they are off a 2000 f250, but I feel like they are off the 2005+.

I know the 2005-2007 rims dont fit my 2003 because they have a different backspacing correct?

Does anyone know if these rims are from the 99-04 models or 05+?

I need some stock rims for the winter. Thanks.




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Old 09-16-2008, 11:55 AM
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Don't know if they are for an "exact" year, but I had a set like that on my old 00 work truck so I would figure anywhere from 99-04
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Old 09-16-2008, 11:57 AM
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I've got a set of those on my 03 if that helps any...someone with a little more knowledge will chime in soon
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Those are the 99-04 factory alcoas
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they are off a 2000....
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Ok. Thanks everyone. Ill prob pick up a set of these and use them with some good snow tires for the winter when i go to the mountains.

Dont think the 35" BFG's will be good in the snow.

Do most people get the Blizzak tires in a 235 or something?
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Old 09-16-2008, 12:21 PM
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why don't you think 35's will be good in snow? and what width on what rim 35" tire are you running?
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I have 16.5 x 10 and 35x12.5x16.5.

They are pretty wide. I havent tried these in the snow, but Id say the thread is about 35% or so.

I lived in NY for 20+ years and went to school in buffalo. Driving in the snow isnt a problem with 2wd. I live in Los Angeles now but the mountain roads here are never plowed well. They also have laws stating you HAVE to have chains on when it snows. Sometimes they let you go if you have 4wd and snow tires. It'll be easier and cheaper to get chains for 235/75/16's compared to 35x12.5x16.5.

This will also give me an excuse to paint or powdercoat my current wheels black.

If you ever feel like throwing a bumper or two my way, feel free. I love those bumpers.. Just too much $$ for me.
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