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Old 01-08-2013, 11:33 AM
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will a set of rims off a 05 f250 fit my 01 f250 they are moto metal rims is the lug pattern the same
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Old 01-08-2013, 12:22 PM
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This is the rims and tires I think they will look tough on my truck and for 800 bucks I can't complain. I just have to wait one week for the guy to get off work. And I hope they have white letters on the back side the tires I like my white letters they are 37s
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yep bolt patterns are the same 8x170
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yup, bolt pattern is the same, but if the wheels were bought for the newer truck, the backspacing is gonna be such that the tire sits too far inside the wheel well... you likely already know this... gonna make the tire rub the leaf springs at full lock.
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Well he said they came off a 2003 and he couldn't run them cause all he had was a leveling kit on his 2005


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they changed the backspacing in '05... so '04-back is gonna be the same... so if the wheels you're looking at were ok on an '03, then they will work on any '99-'04 truck... size of tire/lift issues not withstanding.
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they changed the backspacing in '05... so '04-back is gonna be the same... so if the wheels you're looking at were ok on an '03, then they will work on any '99-'04 truck... size of tire/lift issues not withstanding.
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05+ wheels are hubcentric 99-04 are lugcentric.
it is not safe to run 05+ wheels unless you buy the wheel spacers/adapters which are like 600 bucks lol..
but if they are off an 03 you are good.
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Old 01-09-2013, 04:59 PM
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05+ wheels are hubcentric 99-04 are lugcentric.
it is not safe to run 05+ wheels unless you buy the wheel spacers/adapters which are like 600 bucks lol..
but if they are off an 03 you are good.
Not true... factory wheels on the 99-04 trucks are also hub-centric. Aftermarket ones are lug-centric.

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Wow now y'all have me wondering well hopefully I will find out this week coming


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