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Old 07-13-2011, 10:46 AM
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Question Will 22x9" rims fit on a 2001 F250 2WD? What would be needed?

Hey guys, I've seen picture of F250 with 24" rims sitting low, so I was wondering if it would be possible to fit 22X9" rims with low profile tires on my ride. I know I would need adapters since the rims were on a 2009 F250 with 4WD. But would they fit on my ride? If not, what would I need to make them fit? Leveling kit and maybe 2" spacers? Well, let me know thanks.

Here are the rims:


And here is an F250 on 24"s:
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Old 07-13-2011, 10:59 AM
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Sorry, they are 22x9.5". And with some 275/45R22 tires they should be 31.72 inches tall, which is almost the exact same height as the factory rims and tires on there. Also, should look pretty good with tires that size. Well, let me know. Thanks.

Could even fit some 305/45R22 tires in there and it would still be only 32.8 inches tall.
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Old 07-13-2011, 03:03 PM
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it depends on the back spacing. I had 18x9.5 on my old 01 with 4.5 bs and they fit fine with 35x12.50x18 with no rubbing on the leaf springs. Do you know what back spacing these have? If it's 5" or more you will need spacers to fit your 01
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Old 07-14-2011, 04:41 PM
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They were on a 2009 4WD F250, so I'll probably need 2" spacers, right? I'm sorry, but the price is so good, tomorrow I'll probably buy them. Also, have a good deal going on some 8x170 2" spacers. And may be getting a decent price on some 305/45-22 tires. So hopefully, the whole set up will be on soon.
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Back spacing seems to be about 5 inches. Can't find my ruler. Also got the 305/45-22 tires. Hope it all fits with the 2 inch spacers.
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Old 11-17-2011, 10:21 AM
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And here is an F250 on 24"s:
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Where can I find more info on this truck?
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Very impressive build actually. It's a 2009 putting down 813 rwhp and runs 11.78 at the 1/4 mile. It's owned by Ryan Marchildon of Bonnyville, Alberta, Canada. Here's the article:

2009 Ford F250 Super Duty - 24 Inch Rims - Diesel Power Magazine




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You can fit 28's on your truck if you want. I can't see what the offset on the wheel.. As long as it isn't too negative you will be fine. You don't need adapters.
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Old 11-23-2011, 05:15 PM
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Yeah, I didn't use spacers. The rub a bit on the front when I turn, but it's nothing drastic. I might get spacers later on, or I might not. But right now they're fine and they look great. I did address this in another thread when I finally learned how to calculate the offset:

Do I need Spacers for 22x9.5 with +6 offset? How will they fit with 2" spacers?


Factory 16x7 Wheel:

Wheel Width: 7 inches
Backspacing: ~4 3/8 inches
Offset: +6


Aftermarket 22x9.5 Wheel:

Wheel Width: 9.5 inches
Backspacing: 5.5 inches
Offset: +6


22x9 Wheel with 2 Inch Spacer:

Wheel Width: 9.5 inches
Backspacing: 3.5 inches
Offset: -44



265/75-16 Tires

Section Width: 10.43 inches
Overall Diameter: 31.64 inches


305/45-22 Tires

Section Width: 12 inches
Overall Diameter: 32.8 inches
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