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Hi, i have been wanting to put spacers on the back wheels of my 96 f250 7.3 as the rear axle is narrower then the front axle but havnent had the time to take the wheel off and check if they are hub or lug centric if any one knows let me know, Thanks



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I am pretty sure they are hub centric. If the lug nuts are flat then they are hub centric. Regardless you should get hub centric spacers.
 
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Stock rims are usually. Lug and hub centric. Nuts are coned. Most aftermarket rims are only lug centric so they can fit Dodge and Chevy.
My spare is lug and hub centric it's a steel 16 inch rims off a 80s diesel
 
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