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Old 09-29-2011, 11:55 AM
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18x9 vs 18x10 Wheel Fitment

Long story short, I have a 01 F250 and am looking at the Moto Metal 961 Wheels in black. The truck has fender flares on it and I want the wheels to stick out more than stock. My question is how far out will the 18x9 with 18mm BS stick out vs the 18x10 with -24mm BS ?

I really want to run the 18x9 with the 295/65/18 Good Year Dura Tracs

Goodyear Wrangler DuraTrac



Will they fill up these wheel wells ?

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I also have an 01 but mine is a Crew Cab, I don't have the fender flares though. I am looking at the same rim and tire combination as you. I am curious to find out what you have found out and if this combination will work.
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Old 12-11-2011, 05:30 PM
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I ended up doing 18x10 Moto Metals and the 295/65/18 Duratracs. Here is the final result :




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Fits good and rides good too.. The Duratrac's were a little loose on the highway for a couple thousand miles but then they stiffened up. I am 100% happy with my purchase. Good Luck !
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Bad Notch,

Is your truck lifted at all, for some reason it looks taller than mine. Mine is stock and I have some people saying this combination won't work.

Also do you have a front or rear picture. I would like to see how the tires stick out.
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