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Old 04-11-2010, 09:47 AM
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hub centric and lug centric question

im trying to find rims for my 2000 f250 but all aftermarket rims are lug centric and the truck is hub centric what can i do ???
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Old 04-11-2010, 10:03 AM
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Not all after market are lug centric. You will have to hunt and PAY for hub centric, though.
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well another question would be if i can install lug centric rims on the truck and be safe??
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Old 04-11-2010, 10:07 AM
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You can and yes they will be, most everyone that have after market wheels have lug centric. You can get a hub ring though for some wheels.
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The Ultra Predator is hub-centric. Look for a wheel with a 125.22MM bore.

HERE'S THE SPEC SHEET ON THE ULTRAS

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The Ultra Predator is hub-centric. Look for a wheel with a 125.22MM bore.

HERE'S THE SPEC SHEET ON THE ULTRAS

Mark
thank you very much ... 125.22 mm the size of my hub???
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BMF wheels are also hubcentric
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I've had my Ultras for 4 years now with no problems
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