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Old 10-24-2011, 07:35 PM
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2004 rims on a 2000?

I've read lots of posts that say that newer rims/wheels on a 2000 F250 require spacers. Can anyone tell me exactly what year? I'm looking for extra rims for snow tires on my 2000 F250 4x4. A couple weeks ago I found some from a 2007, and was told they need spacers to fit properly. I don't want to use spacers. I now found a set of stock f250 rims off a 2004 f250. Do these have the same offset as my 2000, meaning no need for spacers? Also, is there a difference between 2wd and 4x4 rims to account for the front hubs?

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2006+ rims require the spacers. 4x2 and 4x4 rims are interchangeable.
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2006+ rims require the spacers. 4x2 and 4x4 rims are interchangeable.
Correction... they changed the backspacing in 2005... when they went to the coil spring front end in the 4x4's... so anything from a '99 to 2004 would bolt up to your 2000 truck.
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Correction... they changed the backspacing in 2005... when they went to the coil spring front end in the 4x4's... so anything from a '99 to 2004 would bolt up to your 2000 truck.
Damnit... See what happens when I get to drinking?
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