I have a 1995 F350 with 33x12.5x16.5 . Will same size rims and tires from a 2000 F350 work? As far as I can see from your charts that 2000 has a 8x170mm and 1995 has 8x165mm. I'm "assuming" they are not interchangeable.....Thanks in advance for your help
Hi，Wayne，Yes.They can't exchange with each other.As they have different bolt patterns.
I have f350 diesel 2012 silver stock rims what year ford truck can I mount them on to
I don't believe the thread pitch is 9/16's on this vehicle, I believe its M14x2.0
Thank you, for improving data.Thank you. It has been corrected, but it can be M14x1.5 too, not only M14x2.0.
I want to install new wheels and tires on my '96 F350 w/ SRW. I want to mimic the appearance of Alcoa Aluminum wheels on full size 18-wheel tractors. I have been told that I should shoot for 10" wide rims but beyond that I'm lost .. what about offset and back spacing? Is there a "rule" for cross sectional width vs rim width? And finally it seems that the front wheel and rear wheel must be different so that the tires will track correctly .. HELP!!!!
Hi,Larry,There are not a rule that front wheel and rear wheel must have different offset,except for BMW,The offset for your car is 12mm.
What is the difference in wheels that I need to look for, between the new 2018 f350 SRW heavy axle, and the earlier wheel size? I can see the caps are bigger but what am I looking for on the wheel size
Hi,Kathy,For 2018 f350,the wheel size is 18*8 et 40,pcd is 8*170.For earlier wheel size,the size is same from 2012 to 2018.
I have a 91 f350 crew cab stock height looking to run 35x12.5r17 will it be possible with a 17x9 with a -12 offset or will it rub?
Hi,Chris Mcmorrow,-12 offset is small.Do not suggest that you use it.
What would u suggest that I use? I was told the rim would stick out too far.
I have a 1990 Ford F-350
...not sure on what’s the best / biggest / widest / maximum tires or rims will fit your car?
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