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1999 psd wheel question

my truck is a 1999 psd superduty 4x4 . will a 2008 f-250 4x4 wheel fit my truck?any help appreciated thanks chris
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Should. Might check the backspacing. That seems like it would be the only problem.

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the backspaceing is differant the tires will more than likely rub your leaf springs up front without spacers.

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