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WHEEL compatability

i have a 01 ex and a 05 250 SD ...my question is , if I bought wheels for the 05 pickup , can those wheels fit on the ex ? and vice versa , if I bought wheels for the ex , would they fit on pickup ?
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01 and 05 are different backspacing

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You just need a set of hub centric wheel spacers. 2" I believe. They are expensive but worth it. Billet steel is much safer than 99% of the garbage aluminum ones on eBay. Although some people have not had problems with them, to me safety wise it is justifiable to spend more for the quality spacers. Check out Fred Goeske or Motorsport tech.

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