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post #1 of 6 Old 10-09-2011, 12:44 PM Thread Starter
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2006 wheels on a e99???

I found a deal on a set of 4 18” 2006 F-350 wheels with nearly new Goodyear Wrangler ATS tires 275-65-R18. The guy wants $600 for the full set. However my truck is an early 99 F-250, what would have to be done to make these wheels fit on my truck safely, I tow very heavy loads, like 20K pounds so I need it to be very safe and heavy duty.

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I think those are 6 lug F150 wheels.


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Definitely an F150 wheel. 05-08 model.


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Now that yall mention it they do look like F-150 wheels in the pic, I could have sworn the guy told me it was a F-350 2006 that they came off of, one of us must be confused. Oh well these definitely will not fit my 99 or 2000 superduty or my employees 06 super duty so I guess I will be passing on this deal.
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You could always see if he'd sell just the tires for, oh, say half?



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Even if they were 06 SD wheel, i wouldn't run them if you plan on towing heavy. In order to run them you'd need spacers because the offset is different. In 05 they went to a coil suspension, and made the axles slightly wider.

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