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Help Identifying Wheels

I have a 15 250 SRW 4x4. The wheels that are on it are 18's and I'm not a fan of the look. I really like the wheel style that Ford used on the olde 7.3's like the the white one in the top right corner of the banner. What is this style called and does anyone know if they are made in 18's? Thx in advance.
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Those are old school Alcoa's.


The best you will find aftermarket are "bullet" hole styles/designs. Mickey Thompson Classic III could get you where you want to be but only up to 17"



https://www.mickeythompsontires.com/wheels/classic-iii



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Sorry about the late reply, but thanks fro the responses. I really wish there were other options besides the 17's. Oh well, my taste must not be very popular.
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You might be able to search Craigslist, or just look thru the manufacturers site for what you want. You got to be hunting if you want to find them.



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American racing makes them in 17's. 17's not big enough? I was thinking about getting them and putting 37's on them. https://www.americanracing.com/produ...inish=polished
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I may be overthinking it. I just wanted to keep the same size rim and tire, but I could go with the 17 and a slightly bigger tire and be right where I started as far as diameter...right? I like the truck exactly the way it is and don't want to change the way it drives
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There are other brands in the correct size 18". It's just hard to find the and they are not cheap.



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Well...driving from KY to PA might seem far for some wheels....BUT these fit the bill perhaps: https://philadelphia.craigslist.org/...938400773.html



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