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Old 01-26-2013, 07:48 AM
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Does anyone have any info on these Semi wheel adapters?

I am looking to do the swap on my 2008 F450 up to some 22.5 with the semi wheel 10 bolt pattern. I'm wondering if anyone has any info on any other adapters other than the American Force style ones?

I located these pic's from an old ebay listing where the seller says these style adapters do not require the machining of the Alcoa wheels to fit the adapters but I have searched high and low and have not been able to find these adapters.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

ebay links:
F450 and F550 10 to 10 Lug Adapter for Semi Big Truck Wheels 22 5 | eBay

Super Duty Power Stroke F 450 550 Wheel Adapters | eBay
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Old 01-29-2013, 11:57 PM
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Bump, anyone got any ideas?
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I used their 2 inch spacers in the rear of my dually. They are heavy duty for sure. No complaints. Ive probably got 60,000 miles on them and heavy towing.

WheelAdapter.com is your number one source for wheel adapters, wheel spacers, used wheels, and wheel studs.
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Ya there hard to find, that is why grab then up quick. I don't think any one makes them any more. Did you try Tennessee Wheel ? I mounted up 265/70R19.5 on 7 or 7.5 rims. The only thing is I need to come up with some type of fender flares for the rear.
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Old 02-12-2013, 11:20 AM
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Adapters

I got my 450 adapters at Evil Twin........worked perfect!!!
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Old 02-13-2013, 07:03 AM
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Personally I'd stick with American Force...

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Old 02-26-2013, 10:18 PM
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i'm looking for the exact same thing for my 08 F450..i feel your pain trying to figure out this headache as well!!! tennessee tire and wheel quoted me it would take a week to build them for around $1300 if you find them cheaper then let me know!!
ALSO, IF ANYONE HAS SOME ALCOA CLASSIC 22.5 WHEELS AND TIRES FOR SALE THEN CONTACT ME ON HERE OR EMAIL: beason001@yahoo.com
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I used their 2 inch spacers in the rear of my dually. They are heavy duty for sure. No complaints. Ive probably got 60,000 miles on them and heavy towing.

WheelAdapter.com is your number one source for wheel adapters, wheel spacers, used wheels, and wheel studs.
USA Made Dually Wheel Adapters
Thanks I will send them off an email and see if they have them for the F450's.

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Ya there hard to find, that is why grab then up quick. I don't think any one makes them any more. Did you try Tennessee Wheel ? I mounted up 265/70R19.5 on 7 or 7.5 rims. The only thing is I need to come up with some type of fender flares for the rear.
What year truck do you have? I found fender flares for the rear dually's for 8-10 style back fenders.

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Personally I'd stick with American Force...
This is the place I would recommend instead of American Force:
Wheel Adapters, Wheel Spacers, Hub Rings, and much more! | Motorsport Tech
They custom make the adapters and for the F450's they make them so the wheel does not have to be machined to fit like American Force does.
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Here's the link the the fender flares:

Rear Fender flares?

I personally bought a set from the first link. Good guy to deal with....

If you need a little extra on top of that or for the front I found the Flexi-Flares as well like on the commercial trucks:

http://pacerperformance.com/
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