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Old 12-06-2011, 02:17 PM
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'67 F100 Lug Pattern?

I have seen where some are saying the lug pattern is 5 x 4.75 & some are saying 5 x 5.5

What is the lug pattern on a 1967 F100 SWB 2x4?? Thanks!!
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5x5.5 is the bolt circle to almost every F100 2WD or 4WD. There are 3 yrs in the early 80's that had a smaller pattern.
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I was looking at a new set of the 5 Mustang 5 star (torque thrust) styled rim. They too are a 5 lug but I wasn't sure if they would fit.
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5 lug wheels on a 5.50" bolt circle pattern: 1948/52 F1 / 1953/79 F100 / 1966/96 Bronco / 1969/2012 E100/150 / 1975/96 F150 / Some 1980/83 F100.

5 lug wheels on a 4.50" bolt circle pattern: Some 1980/83 F100's. Passenger Car wheels with a like pattern will not fit...as they will not clear the calipers.
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I was looking at a new set of the 5 Mustang 5 star (torque thrust) styled rim. They too are a 5 lug but I wasn't sure if they would fit.
Not only are they the wrong bolt pattern, but the offset (backspacing) is also way off. These wheels have the correct bolt pattern for the Ranger small truck (83+) but still won't fit, due to the offset/backspacing.
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I have seen where some are saying the lug pattern is 5 x 4.75 & some are saying 5 x 5.5

What is the lug pattern on a 1967 F100 SWB 2x4?? Thanks!!
5-4.75 used on GM and Jaguar. Never on a Ford.
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