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Old 11-14-2007, 07:38 PM
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2007 Stock Rims on a 1999 F250

I was wondering if any know or has tried to fit 2005 and newer stock rims and tires on a 99-04 superduty. I was under the impression that those rims will not fit on a 99-04, and I was in the market for rims and tire and some 2007 tafeoff would be nice. If anyone has tried it let me know thanks.
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They dont fit. Different backspacing and bolt pattern IIRC
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bolt pattern is the same( 99% sure) but the backspacing is different... it will rub when turning
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a few different companies make spacers for the wheels.
i think the backspacing is only off by like a inch but u would want something like these
eBay Motors: WHEELS SPACERS ADAPTERS 8 Lug Ford 1999-2003 F250-F350. (item 120179568834 end time Nov-10-07 13:32:26 PST)

have heard of anybody using them or used them my self but i think it will work!!
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Old 11-14-2007, 10:30 PM
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I hate to be a thread pirate, but what about taking a set of 04's and tryin to put them on like a 95 OBS. Is the backspacing different or will they go right on?
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Old 11-14-2007, 10:36 PM
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different bolt pattern the Superduty went to a metric 8 on 170mm pattern in 99
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rims diameter increased but im sure you figured that out already. Probably rub on leaf springs a little without spacers
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different bolt pattern the Superduty went to a metric 8 on 170mm pattern in 99
Well the thing is its possible to buy a set of whats really referred to as adapters....they are thick enough to push the wheel outward, and they have the ability to most often change the lug pattern....you gotta take a look around...its basically a hub adapter. Im not too fond of the idea on a truck as heavy as these...but to each his own.
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Old 11-15-2007, 12:41 PM
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With front spacers...

I bought '07 Super Duty Lariat take-off wheels, just for the tires, and for grins tried puttin em on before spooning off the rubber. Went on fine in the rear but there were clearance issues in the front. Would need the backspacers for sure.

I had already bought Am. Racing wheels for the rubber, so I have the '07OEM wheels with center caps for 4X4 laying here in the garage all boxed up. If anyone's interested just PM me....
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Old 11-15-2007, 12:59 PM
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Thanks for all the info Guys. I'll most likely stick with 99-04 rims and tires. After adding up the cost of wheel spacers not really worth it, when all I need is tires.
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