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Old 05-09-2013, 10:07 AM
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Will 2012 dually rims fit my 99?

My rims have some of the finish bubbling off and the tires are cracking on sidewalls. Local craigslist ad has set of 2012 dually rims listed.

Will they bolt right up?

I have manual front hubs, will that limit the rims that fit this truck?
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diffrent lung pattern I've been told
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They will not work, around 2005 or so they changed the bolt pattern from 8 on 170mm to 8 on 200mm.

So you will need wheels from a 99-04 Superduty dually.
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Dually may be different but i put my dads wheels off his 2011 on my 2000. Only difference was thread pitch. Both single rear wheel. I dont see why ford would go through the trouble of having 2 different lug patterns
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Dually may be different but i put my dads wheels off his 2011 on my 2000. Only difference was thread pitch. Both single rear wheel. I dont see why ford would go through the trouble of having 2 different lug patterns
duallys are different like stated above in 05 they went to 8x200 for duallys instead of 8x170. The reason for would do that...? because they want you to have to buy their wheels and make it harder to buy aftermarket just like they did back in 99 when they went from 8x6.5 to 8x170
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duallys are different like stated above in 05 they went to 8x200 for duallys instead of 8x170. The reason for would do that...? because they want you to have to buy their wheels and make it harder to buy aftermarket just like they did back in 99 when they went from 8x6.5 to 8x170
And just like they did by coming out with 7 lug wheels before that!

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The 450's from what I remember are 10 lug now too, strange that they would have made 350 dually's diff from 250. I have an 08 SD SRW super 60 in the front of my Jeep & it's 8 on 170 with little over 5" center hole for the locking hubs. Manufactures do some weird chit sometimes.
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duallys are different like stated above in 05 they went to 8x200 for duallys instead of 8x170. The reason for would do that...? because they want you to have to buy their wheels and make it harder to buy aftermarket just like they did back in 99 when they went from 8x6.5 to 8x170
05 are the same cause I sold rims off my l99 to a guy with a 06 with no issue. Only thing different was the thread pitch and his was a 250

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05 are the same cause I sold rims off my l8er to a guy with a 06 with no issue. Only thing different was the thread pitch and his was a 250
maybe its just on f350s they went to 8x200. i know at some point they went to that
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maybe its just on f350s they went to 8x200. i know at some point they went to that

It is only the F-350 dually's that changed to 8x200mm.

The F-250's and SRW F-350's still use 8x170mm.
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