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Old 12-07-2012, 05:06 AM
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I can figure out the stud pattern, I am wondering how to tell if the aftermarket rim has the right backspacing/offset as my stock rims as to not need to run a spacer.

The only thing I have to go on is what someone else said, "If you install the newer rim on a 99-03 superduty they will look all tucked IN..." And thats were the spacers come in. I guess the flat edge measurement of my stock rim to the face of the mount to the hub is what I need before purchasing aftermarket rims...
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I can figure out the stud pattern, I am wondering how to tell if the aftermarket rim has the right backspacing/offset as my stock rims as to not need to run a spacer.

The only thing I have to go on is what someone else said, "If you install the newer rim on a 99-03 superduty they will look all tucked IN..." And thats were the spacers come in. I guess the flat edge measurement of my stock rim to the face of the mount to the hub is what I need before purchasing aftermarket rims...
Yeah to measure backspacing lay a flat edge across the back of the wheel and measure the distance from that flat edge to the flat mounting point of the wheel where the hub will go through. That will tell you the backspacing in inches and here is a chart to convert it to offset.

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Old 12-07-2012, 05:19 AM
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There we go, thats what I was looking for. Now I can measure my stock rim and then the aftermarket rim and visualize all this backspacing/offset talk...Thanks
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Old 12-07-2012, 05:32 AM
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There we go, thats what I was looking for. Now I can measure my stock rim and then the aftermarket rim and visualize all this backspacing/offset talk...Thanks
Haha no problem. Sorry about all the confusion earlier. I was thinking about the bolt patterns.

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