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post #1 of 5 Old 03-06-2009, 10:22 AM Thread Starter
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OEM 20"s on 99-04?

Ford OEM 20's. Will they fit my 2001 Superduty? I seem to remember reading something about them not being concentric, but I would really like to buy these and put myself out of wheel shopping misery.


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I got lucky and found this thread on search. I think it answers my question...

2007 Stock Rims on a 1999 F250

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The bolt pattern is the same but the offset on the 20" OEM wheel is to high for your 01.

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The bolt pattern is the same but the offset on the 20" OEM wheel is to high for your 01.
But I can use a spacer? I believe these wheels will sit too far inboard, so a spacer will put them in the proper position. Since you represent DTD I'm sure you are going to advise against spacers... but I'm stubborn.

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The 20" wheels will tuck inwards to much and you're right, we do not recommend the use of spacers. Your OEM wheels are 7" wide with a 6mm offset (4.25" B/S). The 20" OEM wheels are 8" wide with a 45mm offset (6.25" B/S). You would need almost a 2" spacer and longer studs to make those 20" wheels fit.

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