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post #1 of 5 Old 05-15-2012, 04:37 PM Thread Starter
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06 ford 20' king ranch rim needed

I have a rim that has seperated. So I need to buy one. Need to be used can't do OEM price.
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I'm in the same boat, looking for an '08-'10 replacement 20" King Ranch rim. Mine cracked, bought a replacement on EBAY that was also cracked!!!
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Curious what kind of failures you guys are having with the factory wheels? Any photos? I believe the '06 aluminum 20" wheels were built for Ford by Alcoa.

I have an '06 with the factory 20" wheels & Toyo MTs and carry a heavy truck camper on and off-road. While I'm still within the load limits of the tires and wheels, I do occasionally think about a wheel or tire failure happening in the middle of no where.

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split

My rim had two split between two spokes all the way Thur.But it sill held air. The beed seal it off. The split were about 4" long from one spoke to the other. Lucky I just look down and saw it. By the way I have gotten another rim . Thank guys for the help!
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Both of the cracked rims I had cracked in teh same place, they were visible to the naked eye on the inner diameter of the rim, if you dismounted the tire it was hard to see the crack from that side. They run about an inch circumferentially very close to the bead on the outside of the rim. I have a pic on my cell phone, I need to email it to myself and then I'll try to post it....
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