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Wheel Options For 00 EX 2WD?

First just want to know the lug pattern, and what years would fit my 2000 EX 2WD. Im looking for some F250 or F350 wheels if they fit. Would I need a spacer? Will 4x4 wheels work on my 2WD? Any help would be great. Thanks I'v seen some cheap wheels in my area so I wanted to ask

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as far as I know, the wheels are the same, 2wd or 4wd, same pattern and dimentions.

8 lugs, 170mm diam is the lug pattern. Same as F250/F350 from '99 to '04.

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Would I need spacers if I want to run bigger wheels? I don't want to lift it or anything like that.

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doubt you need spacers, they often only come into play with duallys, where you need to keep space between the rear tires, and on leaf sprung trucks where the much larger tires hit the leaf spring when turning to full lock, the inside edge of the tread hits the outter edge of the leaf spring. Not likely to be the case with your 2wd truck... and I would guess you could clear 285's on stock wheels just fine, but have your tires shop mount one to try before buying... I'd bet they would be willing to test-fit one, if you are agreeing to buy the whole set of tires in the largest size that fits.

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What about some 20's from like a 08 f250 or some Harley wheels from later years, or even 17's - 18's. I see them on craigslist fairly often and some are pretty cheap. Iv seen alot of newer King Ranch wheels too and I just wondered if something like that would work.

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yes, you would need spacers for any wheels '05 and newer on an older ('04-back) truck

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'00 F350 extcab, 9' utility bed, dually 228k

E'99 F250 extcab, S/Bed 211k. Sidelined due to motor issues.

'00 Excursion Limited, 7.3PSD 294k

'84 Chevy K-30, 6.2L TD, woods/trail beater. 141k

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