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Old 06-13-2011, 07:55 PM
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05-07 20's on a 2WD 99-03 PSD

I am getting a set of 05-07 KingRanch 20" wheels, and want to put them on my 2000 2wd Excursion.
What parts will I need to change to get the offset right, and to get the bigger brakes?

For the front will I need just the calipers and rotors, or will I need the spindles too?

For the rear will I need just the rotors and hubs, or will I need the whole rear axle?
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Old 06-13-2011, 09:18 PM
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Just an added note: The rims I am getting are without tires so I wont be needing to lift it. My truck is 2wd and I like it not so tall so I will be buying new tires for the 20"s that will match my stock 265-75-16"s height.
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Old 06-13-2011, 10:11 PM
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2" spacers/adapters unless you REALLY like the look of the railway trucks.

I'm not a fan of spacers or adapters. My definition of a good time doesn't include a wheel passing me (at least not anymore!)

To clarify, the wheels will physically bolt up, but will sit inside the wheel well quite a bit, and the fronts will rub the leaf spring when you turn.
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I do not want to run spacers if I don't have to. My plan is to swap over to newer suspension/brake parts to get the added width I need.
My question is: Exactly what parts will I need?
If I had a whole 05+ truck for parts I would have no questions.

Keep in mind this is a 2 wheel drive.
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Old 06-13-2011, 10:59 PM
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What do I need to upgrade to 05+ larger brakes?

Maybe I should ask this a different way, see above^
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you need the spindles/bearings in the front, and the entire rear differential. Not sure where you are located, but I have a 2005 rear differential, along wit the complete front suspension.
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And new lug nuts if you change the suspension parts, the newer trucks have a different pitch and are metric vs american
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I am in North Florida.

What would you want for the front: Spindels, Rotors, Calipers?

I can get a complete rear end localy, but the front wont work because it is 4x4.
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ahh-Well, Id have to ship them. Biggest thing would be seeing how much of your old stuff you want to re-use-IE calipers/rotors. I know the 05-up are substantially larger. I could ship them UPS freight, or individually via UPS. Send me an email

dazdillenger84@gmail.com

68k miles on everything, great shape.
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Old 06-15-2011, 08:28 PM
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I don't know exactly what I need. Please PM me a price for everything: Rotors, Calipers, Spindels.
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