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Old 04-25-2012, 05:11 AM
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Bolt Pattern & Fitment

Just wanted to give you guys a little info if you didn't know. I changed the rims out on my 2001 Ex and put some aftermarket rims on that came off of a 2008 F250 the bolt patterns are the same it's the wheel studs that are different. The "04-08" has a M14x1.5 stud and the "99-03" has a M14x2.0 stud. There was also some concern about off set and hitting the coil spring in the front. My truck is lifted and has no coil spring so I didn't run into that problem, they fit just fine. Hope this helps someone out!
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I believe the M14 refers to the diameter of the stud so it is irrelevant as far as the wheels go. I KNOW that 05 and up have a deeper back space than 99-04 and require a spacer to make up for this. Don't get some halfassed spacer, your family depends on it.
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Don't think so cause i tried to use the lug nuts that came with the rims and they were too small, got the M14x2.0 no problems. Wheels clear just fine except from lock-to-lock then the tire hits the leaf spring, buuuut I have over-sized tires so that could be why
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What I meant was the the DIAMETER of the lug studs is going to be the same so it won't infere with the fitment of the rim. If the rim required an M12 lug stud, then you would have been screwed because the M14 wouldn't have fit through the hole.

The x1.5 and x2.0 refers to the thread pitch. Obviously the 1.5 lugs wouldn't fit on your studs. Thread PITCH is still irrelevant to the wheels fitting on the rig.
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What I'm saying is the bolt pattern is the same I took 2008 rims and put them on my 2001 Ex. THEY FIT. I just had to get the 2.0 lugs so I could secure them to the hub.
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Just for everyones info, the lugs changed in 2003.
1999-2002 use the M14x2.0, and the 2003-2011 use the M14x1.5 threading.

The 2005 and newer factory wheels would need a 2" spacer to fit correctly on an older Superduty.

Since your wheels are aftermarket, they probably don't have as much backspacing as 2008 factory wheels, otherwise they would rub your springs alot when you try to turn sharp.

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