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Dually to single wheel conversion

Hey guys, I have a customer asking to convert a 2006 CC/LB 4X4 F350 dually to a single wheel for use on the local "dually restricted" roadways here in lower NY. My question is, does anyone know if the hubs from a single wheel F350/F250SD will directly bolt on to the knuckle of the dually? Thanks.

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You can actually just remove the dually spacers up front. The bed is where you'll runinto problems, and possibly the rear axle I don't think so though.
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