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Old 02-03-2011, 06:00 AM
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95 F350 Wheel Help!

Hey guys I have been browsing around and can't seem to find much for wheels for my truck. All the good looking wheels seem to be for the newer trucks with the 8x170 pattern. Anyone know where I can find some nice looking wheels for a good price? Also what is the biggest tire size you would suggest running with a stock height. The truck is a regular cab, 4x4, single wheel.
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Old 02-04-2011, 04:25 AM
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Wow thanks. You guys have a really good selection. I have been to that site before and didn't think to check there. Thanks again.
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There are lots of rims out there, but they are slowly phasing out our rim size. As for tires I'm running 285/75 16 you may need to do some bumper trimming and there are sme guys out there running 305s but they did trim/shim the bumper
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Wow thanks. You guys have a really good selection. I have been to that site before and didn't think to check there. Thanks again.
Glad we could help. Let us know if we can be of further assistance.
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Our wheels are the same bolt pattern as the Chevy and Dodge guys, so you shouldn't be having that much trouble.
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Old 02-05-2011, 06:32 AM
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There are lots of rims out there, but they are slowly phasing out our rim size. As for tires I'm running 285/75 16 you may need to do some bumper trimming and there are sme guys out there running 305s but they did trim/shim the bumper
Thanks for the tip terry. I think I might stick with the 235/85's now that I think about it they actually don't look too bad on the truck and they aren't too bad on the wallet. I don't really wanna hack the truck up or mess with lift at all as I have done this on other trucks in the past and don't wanna go that route.
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Our wheels are the same bolt pattern as the Chevy and Dodge guys, so you shouldn't be having that much trouble.
I noticed that as well while doing some searching. Thanks
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