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Old 10-08-2011, 06:23 PM
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H2 Wheel Question

Well, I just joined here, and I have a question. I have a 2002 Dodge Cummins 4X4, that I run H2 wheel on in the summer, to save my plowing tires.

I may be getting my father in law's 2000 F250 PSD 4X4. I would like to run the Hummer wheels on the F250 in the summer, as I have on the Cummins. So, will they fit? I had to use a router to get the H2 wheels over the hub on the Dodge. Anything else I would need to do to the wheels for them to fit on the Ford?

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Old 10-08-2011, 07:11 PM
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no the h2 wheels are 8x6.5 and the powerstroke are 8x135mm sorry ..... they will fit obs trucks
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Well,, that stinks! I guess I will have a nice pair of chrome H2 wheels for sale, and be in the market for another set of Ford wheels to use for my summer tires.

Thanks for the info,
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Superduty wheels are 8x140mm. The dodge/chevy rims are all the 8x6.5
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I dont know what you guys have been reading but our trucks are 8x170
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I dont know what you guys have been reading but our trucks are 8x170
Took the words right out of my mouth.

8x170 are the numbers y'all are lookin for.
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Superduty wheels are 8x140mm. The dodge/chevy rims are all the 8x6.5
Be careful, 2011 GM's are 8/180 for srw and 8/210 for duallies.
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sorry either way they wont fit ..... sorry about your luck good luck finding wheels
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