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Old 03-29-2009, 04:54 PM
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Has anyone put 2005 18's on 2000 250

Id like to see pics of your truck with 2005 18 inch 8 hole rims on 99-2002 truck and is so did you have to modify.
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Old 03-29-2009, 05:06 PM
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wont fit without an adapter. the bolt pattern is diff.
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wont fit without an adapter. the bolt pattern is diff.
Uhm what?, You need a 2" spacer because the 05 have more backspacing.
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Old 03-29-2009, 05:13 PM
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wont fit without an adapter. the bolt pattern is diff.
I beleive you need a spacer to run 05-08 wheels on a 99-04?

Here's a youtube vid explaining the whole deal.

YouTube - WHEELS AND SPACERS
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Uhm what?, You need a 2" spacer because the 05 have more backspacing.
UM NO. The bolt pattern is different. Thats why the people who have wheels for 05 and up have specified "these will only fit 05 and up trucks"
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The bolt pattern is not different I have them on my truck right now! I bought them from redneck47441 off this forum, I had to use spacers because of the offset they were inside the fender wells, but 2 inch spacers made um perfect ill have pics up for people to see. I want to see other people same set up.
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Go here, you will get your answer.

Bolt Pattern Ford F-250 2008 model - 2CoolFishing
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OOOPS. My bad. I could have sworn that the bolt patterns were different. Sorry.
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Old 03-29-2009, 05:24 PM
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They changed for the fatt butts.
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