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Old 07-21-2012, 01:26 PM
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have 2001 E350 what rims are 8x 6.5 ?

Have the OEM steel wheels and soon to replace tires and Rims, keep finding the 99-04 that i believe to be 8x170 so what are they styles / years that fit. As I understand Ford E350 have slightly smaller 8x6.5mm. Any wisdom appreciated for this diesel. Just a basic work truck so would some older......gasp........... Dodge stuff fit. Wanting something aluminum at low cost, thankx, ROnjon
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8 x 6.5 is the pre 99 superduty 8 lug, all dodge, and pre 2011 gm. just be sure to check backspacing for clearence.
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Backspacing, clearance, and hub clearance, some had a smaller bore
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All the SRW rims for 99-04 F250s are the same as the F350s (8x170 pattern), you can only use the OEMs for those years, 05s and newer have wider axles, which means 05 and newer rims will require spacers, which aren't cheap. Some run these rims without spacers, but most of the time the tires will rub your leafs and not fill the wheelwells, have heard some refer to it as looking like a railroad truck. Largest OEMs you can get are off the '04 KingRanch and the Harley edition which are 18's
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