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Old 12-23-2008, 05:39 PM
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Wheel bolt patterns???

Will a wheel for chevy fit a 2006 F250? And what is the difference in the bolt pattern on a 99-04 and the 05-up wheels for a f250? I found a set of wheels cheap but they say they are for a dodge or a chevy!
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all 99 and up superduty wheels are 8x170mm bolt pattern
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Is the offset different or something?
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Chevy and Dodge are 8x6.5"
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Is the offset different or something?

On the 99-04 SD vs 05+ SD, yes the offset and back spacing are different.
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Thanks guys! Any of you guys that have any Dodge or Chevy buddies they might be interested in this!

Chrome Wheels 8 Lug 18 inch X 10 inch
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So what would it look like to put wheels off a 99-04 on a 06? Would they be set up in under the truck or out a little more?
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So what would it look like to put wheels off a 99-04 on a 06? Would they be set up in under the truck or out a little more?
99-04 wheels won't fit a 05+. The brake calipers are larger on your truck and require a 17"+ wheel.
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