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Old 03-15-2012, 06:42 PM
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Can someone tell me for certain if this style Ford rim will bolt up to my Excursion without a spacer properly?

18" 07 Ford F250SD F350SD OEM Polished Alloy Wheel Rim | eBay

I've heard different stories about when the new offset started. Some say 2005 some say later. My neighbor has a set on his 03 F-250 without spacers so I'm guessing that I should be alright, but I want to make certain before laying down cold hard cash.
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Old 03-16-2012, 07:27 AM
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what size tires are you running Wed?
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they will be tucked in a little more than your original wheels, but its not too horrible looking.
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they will be tucked in a little more than your original wheels, but its not too horrible looking.
Nice signature pic bud... Sure beats the weather of the northwest right now
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Old 03-16-2012, 01:39 PM
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thanks bud, appreciate it
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what size tires are you running Wed?
Right now just the stock 265/75R16

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they will be tucked in a little more than your original wheels, but its not too horrible looking.
How much is a little?
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I believe it was an inch or so
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Have the same wheels on my 2001 right now they sit in about 1" farther than the factory 01 lariat wheels did. Running the factory 2757018 continentals and have no rub.
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