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Ford F-350
IV Super Duty
2017 - 2018
Ford F-350 IV Super Duty Pickup Standard Cab

Pickup Standard Cab, 2d

Ford F-350 IV Super Duty Pickup Crew Cab

Pickup Crew Cab

Ford F-350 IV Super Duty Pickup Extended Cab

Pickup Extended Cab

Ford F-350
III Super Duty
2011 - 2016
Ford F-350 III Super Duty Pickup Standard Cab

Pickup Standard Cab, 2d

Ford F-350 III Super Duty Pickup Crew Cab

Pickup Crew Cab

Ford F-350 III Super Duty Pickup Extended Cab

Pickup Extended Cab

Ford F-350
II Super Duty
2008 - 2010
Ford F-350 II Super Duty Pickup Standard Cab

Pickup Standard Cab, 2d

Ford F-350 II Super Duty Pickup Crew Cab

Pickup Crew Cab

Ford F-350 II Super Duty Pickup Extended Cab

Pickup Extended Cab

Ford F-350
I Super Duty
1999 - 2007
Ford F-350 I Super Duty Pickup Standard Cab

Pickup Standard Cab, 2d

Ford F-350 I Super Duty Pickup Crew Cab

Pickup Crew Cab

Ford F-350 I Super Duty Pickup Extended Cab

Pickup Extended Cab

Ford F-350
IX
1992 - 1997
Ford F-350 IX Pickup Standard Cab

Pickup Standard Cab, 2d

Ford F-350 IX Pickup Crew Cab

Pickup Crew Cab

Ford F-350 IX Pickup Extended Cab

Pickup Extended Cab

Ford F-350
VIII
1987 - 1991
Ford F-350 VIII Pickup Standard Cab

Pickup Standard Cab, 2d

Ford F-350 VIII Pickup Crew Cab

Pickup Crew Cab

Ford F-350 VIII Pickup Extended Cab

Pickup Extended Cab


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    • Created: 1 year, 5 months ago
    • By Wayne

    I have a 1995 F350 with 33x12.5x16.5 . Will ...

    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

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      • Answered: 1 year, 5 months ago
      • By John

      Hi,Wayne,Yes.They can't exchange with each other.As they have different bolt patterns.

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      • Created: 1 year, 3 months ago
      • By Braden Vanderhorst

      I don't believe the thread pitch is 9/16's on ...

      I don't believe the thread pitch is 9/16's on this vehicle, I believe its M14x2.0

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        • Answered: 1 year, 3 months ago
        • By Alexey

        Thank you, for improving data.
        Thank you. It has been corrected, but it can be M14x1.5 too, not only M14x2.0.

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        • Created: 11 months, 3 weeks ago
        • By Larry

        I want to install new wheels and tires on ...

        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!!!!

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          • Answered: 11 months, 3 weeks ago
          • By John

          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.

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