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Will 2005 excursion limited rims and tires fit my 2000 excursion?

I am planning on buying these rims from a 2005 excursion for my 2000 excursion. Do I need spacers? Is 2005 same as 2000 suspension wise? I don't see how it could be different. Any help appreciated. Thanks.


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Yes, The Excursion wheels didn't change.
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Cool any others want to chime in???
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Not much to say. Since Ford went to 8-170mm for bolt pattern they haven't changed. Now if you were getting them from an E-250/350 that would be a different story. The back spacing should be the same as well.

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Back spacing changed in 05 for the trucks when they went to coil suspensions. The excursion stayed with leafs up till the end in 05 so the backspacing will be the same.

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Are you sure those are from an 05? They look like the 02-03 style rims

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I agree with John. They look like pre-05 wheels to me.


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The '05 Ex had the older suspention and axles... it would stand to reason they would also have the early wheels carry over.

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Nope those are exactly what my rims look like on my '05 Ex. Also, if you can get two extra rear hub caps they will fit on the front and that way keep crud from collecting in around your auto hubs.


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