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Old 08-20-2008, 06:46 AM
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Question Help 2008 Rims on 2004???

Hey guys I need your help?? I have a 2004 F-250 and I know a guy that has a brand new set of 2008 Harley rims with good year Wrangler tires for sale. He just bought the truck last week and is putting 22's on (lucky bugger) but any way he is willing to sell them to me and cheap... I just want to know if anyone can help with fitment.. I know they fit in more but how bad?? has anyone put some on?? and also will I be able to run the 20" rubber which is 34.5" tall with a leveling kit and new 3 inch f-350 blocks in the back?? any help is appreciated as is new rims come in this friday... thanks guys.
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Old 08-20-2008, 06:50 AM
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I think you need like 1" spacers or something to run them without rubbing.
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I heard that.. but then some people say it doesn't rub that much and you don't really loose aything?? that's why I am confused?? hoping someone has put them on and tried?? unfortunatly I can't try them on...
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Old 08-20-2008, 06:56 AM
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I think you need like 1" spacers or something to run them without rubbing.
I agree with Marty. You would need the spacers to get them to work without rubbing. We tried it with my 17's on a buddies 01 a couple weeks ago
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how bad did it decrease your turning??
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IIRC they rubbed at about 3/4 lock from what he told me I didnt drive it
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