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Old 05-01-2014, 03:49 PM
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2002 Excursion with 20" King Ranch Wheels

I finally got around to installing my 20" King Ranch wheels, 275/65R20 Duratrac's and 2" wheel adapters. I think it turned out pretty good!!! What do you guys think? And yes, where I live we still have snow on the ground!!
I hope my MPG doesn't drop too bad with the bigger wheels and steel adapters. Time will tell.


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Cool what spring are you running?
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That looks killer! Same color as mine, I love those factory 20's. Nice work.
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What kind and where do u get the wheel adapters ? How much $$$?
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Fred Goeske at wheeladapter.com They are made out of steel and are lug AND hub centric. (hub centric is critically important on ford wheels) Caryt also sells very nice billet aluminum adapters. I'm sure aluminum ones are fine (if they are made out of the correct material and what not), but for me, I would rather have a peice of steel holding the wheels to the truck. Price isnt cheap for either ones, ~$300-$400 a pair if i'm not mistaken.




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I like the King Ranch ones that have the black accents. I love the look 20" give our Ex's


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Those are a bit harder to find. I originally wanted the 20" 5 spoke wheels but those are next to impossible to find here in Canada. I ended up finding these ones for $200 each per wheel which I thought wasnt bad
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I love the look. That's why mine looks just like yours. I bet those Lightforce lights on the front are bright as crap

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Cool what spring are you running?
It's an aftermarket version of what the F-350 springs would be.

Your ex looks great! That's the way it should have come from the factory.
Are you running the same adapter?
And yes, the Lightforce lights are sweet! I live in Northern Canada with a whole lot of nothing but bare highways at night with lots of wildlife.

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