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Ford E-250 Econoline [1992-2014] - Bolt pattern 8x6.5 What is the bolt pattern on a Ford E-250 Econoline?

You can see what car modifications of Ford E-250 Econoline [1992-2014] use 8x6.5 bolt pattern below:
IV [1992 .. 2007]:
IV Facelift [2008 .. 2014]:

Ford E-250 Econoline Bolt Pattern - Generations:

Ford E-250 Econoline has the following bolt patterns: 8x165.1. The table below shows how the bolt pattern (PCD) of the Ford E-250 Econoline has changed over the life cycle, depending on the vehicle generation:
Generation Production Years Bolt pattern
IV [1992 .. 2007] 1992-2007 8x165.1
IV Facelift [2008 .. 2014] 2008-2014 8x165.1
Tire Glossary
Tire terms you can see on this page

Wheel backspace is the distance from a wheel's mounting surface to the back edge of the wheel.

Offset is the distance in millimetres from the centre line of the wheel to the wheel’s mounting face. Given that the mounting face can be either in front of or behind the centreline, the offset can be either neutral, positive or negative.

The tires included with a new vehicle when it is purchased. OE tires are specifically chosen by the vehicle manufacturer to make the most of the vehicle's performance characteristics.

The Pitch Circle Diameter (PCD) is the diameter of the circle which passes through the centre of all the studs, wheel bolts or wheel rim holes

A sales region is a global automotive region in which a vehicle was officially sold or is still being sold.

Ex.: 7J x 15 Rim width (inches) x rim diameter (inches)

The method of attaching a wheel to a hub: wheel nuts or wheel bolts

The torque value specified by the manufacturer for wheel bolts or wheel nuts, which is to be set when tightening on the torque tool (torque setting). A rotational force given in Newton metres (Nm) or foot-pounds (ft-lbs), wheel torque measures lug nut / bolts tightness