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Old 02-10-2013, 08:37 AM
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Getting your dually's w/22" to tuck??

Would like to find out how or what is the most common way to get my 2000 F-350 DRW to tuck semi 22" wheels when I get them.
Would it be a SRW axle swap or wide dually fender conversion, and are the fenders nice and thick if you have these?
Thanks for any input or pics that you could provide!!
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Old 02-12-2013, 12:33 PM
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Anyone?? 59 views and not a single reply, I was really hoping to get at least one or two members that might have some input? Maybe when this post goes over 100 views? :-(
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Good luck I am not sure but somebody will see this and reply.
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Good luck I am not sure but somebody will see this and reply.
Thanks, Blake!

Just figured that if your gona run 22's it's going to be X amount of inches wider than your stock wheels, so how does or what does a dually owner do to deal with the xtra width??? Ford, Chevy or Dodge shaved semi wheels and adaptors add alot of width to our trucks. I just wanted an idea of what other owners have done to attain wheel and tire coverage.
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22's should fit....ya might have to put a leveling kit or a 4" lift kit ... Not exactely sure which will do the job...

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Hi 7.3 Havoc, I understand what your saying about the 22's sticking out. I have found that you can order the "tuck" adapters from American force, but you have to have the wheels milled down for them to fit as well. Now that's if you want to the wheel route.
....another option is to find some direct bolt on 22's that way you won't have to run the adapter---thus won't stick out as far.

As you stated in another reply, new rear fenders and something like a F450-up front fender flares would work too. For the rear fender you could check out here. LINK -> Fiberglass Ford Fenders, Truck Fiberglass Fenders and this place too.... Dually Fiberglass Fenders (Good service)

Hope that helps you out in your searching.


P.S. I'd take those 19's off your hands...but my truck is an 06 so that won't work.

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I'd take the 19.5 off you....and I second the 450 flares, no sure on rear
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I'd take the 19.5 off you....and I second the 450 flares, no sure on rear
Dan, you just might be in luck as I will be posting these wheels and tire up for sale ASAP!!!! Or you can call me on my cell if you are interested, just PM me for my #.

These are Vision Hauler 181 series wheels, Direct bolt on 19.5 x 6.75 ( 8x170mm ) with Hurcules 225/70 19.5 G load rated 14 ply tires. I just purchased these 4 or 5 month's back and only have 3k or less on them. Set includes 4 alum wheels with caps, 32 locking chrome lug nuts, 2 steel inners and 6 tires, mounted and ballanced.

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So, now that the 19's are on the market and 22's to be on the way, what are you doing for the rear fenders of your truck to "tuck" the 22's??
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So, now that the 19's are on the market and 22's to be on the way, what are you doing for the rear fenders of your truck to "tuck" the 22's??
Going the wider fender route, and might possibly need to use them in conjuntion with the tuck adapter. Will need to wait and see how bad the offset will be once mounted on my truck. I know that I will not be buying "American Force Wheels". "323" or "Dima" as they are pricey and don't like their or anyones name on products or wheels for free advertisement. Also I was told the blanks come from India or BFE, I would rather buy a product from here. I'm good with Alcoa's milled & shaved down to 22's than an product from BFE with "American whatever" milled into it.

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