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Old 09-25-2011, 08:39 PM
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5 lug to 6 lug adapters

Does anyone have experience with using modern F150 wheels on the F100? I ask because I need new tires on my truck, and craigslist is full of the newer 6 lug wheels and tires people have taken off and replaced with custom wheels. I can get wheels and tires for less than half of what a good tires cost.
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Old 09-25-2011, 09:10 PM
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I checked TransDapt's site and they don't offer adapters from 5 to 6 lugs. ...Not to say someone else might make 'em.
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I can get adapters, I was more interested in issues with 17/18" wheels on our dent sides and the modern wheel offset. Surely someone has thought of using the new F150 wheels on our old trucks.
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'tried to fit the take offs from my 01 SuperCrew on my Dentside and no joy. They're a hair off and no one, including TransDapt, makes adapters.... yet.

Post up if you find someone that does. I'd prolly buy two complete sets cuz I got a Bump and a Dent.
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Unless I am wrong about the new wheels being 6x135 here is what I found.

5x5.50" (139.7mm) to 6x135mm (5.30") Wheel Adapter 2.00" Thick |

5 x 5.50 inch to 6 x 135 mm wheel adapter/ wheel spacer
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