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Old 05-21-2010, 10:49 AM
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Question 2008 wheels on 2001?

Need some help. One of our members from Belgium, T444E-Twinturbo (Jul) has a question. He is planning to sell his 2001 Super Duty and has a question:

Jul asked, "I want to replace by 275 75 18 original of PSD 2008 with my origin leaves spring on front, on rear no problem?"

In case you don't speak translated French , he wants to know if he can install stock 2008 wheels with 275 75 18 tires on his stock suspension truck? Do the coil spring trucks have a different back space on the wheels? Are the lug patterns the same?

I appreciate your help. Just don't want to give him the wrong information. As always, thanks for the help guys and gals! The org is awesome!

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Thank you Hank,
I will follow to see the answers.
Thank you everybody for your answers.
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Yes the backspacing is different. It wont work
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thery will rub like crazy. YOu need to run 2" spacers for them to work properly.
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Thank you very much guys, I understands the problem
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Old 05-21-2010, 02:25 PM
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Thanks guys! I wasn't sure. That is why I posted for Jul.

Jul: Now you don't have to go to Holland!
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TwinTurbo, I'm a HUGE fan of your avatar!
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They do fit without spacers. But they rub at about 3/4 turn. It takes 2 inch hubcentric spacers to run stock wheels, as they are aligned by the hub. I have 08 20 inch King ranch wheels on my 02 f250. Hubcentric spacers bolt right up to the front. But the backs are trickey. I acually had to mill alittle material out of the rear ones, pull the axle outta the housing. Put the spacer on, then put the axle back in. Good thing i got the wheels cheap, and like the look.
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