Well what i want is my cake and eat it to.Hetes my problem. I have a 5th wheel camper so i cant go but so high. It weights 13,500 lbs loaded and it squats alot when hooked up. And i want big wheels for when im not loaded lol. Im sure someone else around here has dealt with these issues. Maybe a 2 " lift with helper bags.hell i dont know what to do i just want the biggest alcoas i can fit and not lift it so high i cant tow the camperWell I believe that there all 10 lug so i would assume they would fit, The lift is all going to depend on the height of the tire, It would be safe to say that it would need some kind of lift due to the fact its very expensive to buy a low profile 24.5 compared to a standard 24.5, also for the fact that the thinner the wall the more acceptable to bending a rim would be, I have a yokohama 255/70 r22.5 with a 6" lift, My side wall size is around 7" and my clearance is around 6" so with out my lift kit i would rub, So depending on what you are trying to accomplish with a lower profile stance or a lifted up dually like mine then, I would say a minimum of 2" lift with a 4" side wall at the least, but what I would do is jack the truck up!!!!
Alcoa did build the rims for Ford for the 350-550 trucks.So i guess my 450 has 19.5 alcoa rims correct? So does that mean i already have adapters to bolt 24.5 alcoas right up? If so do i need to lift it at all or can i get a small enough tire thats not to tall? It is 4wd. Thanks in advance