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Got any pics of an inny vs. an outy?
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I started a post elsewhere but I think it gets lost in the tech section.

Someone ant to trade his steel 16.5x9.75 for my 16" alcoas. His truck is a '82 era F250 with a TTB. His brake calipers appear very close to the rim, though the steel rim does seem to have some unusual shapes to it. Doe anyone know if the '92 and newer era 16" alcoas will fit? We will eventually meet and try them in person, just trying to save a bunch of driving.
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Follow up to my earlier post... I've horse traded for some steel rims stamped "T16.59.75 DOT * 12/95" with the * being a round logo that I can't make out. Ultimately, I am trying to determine the weight rating of these. Would also like to find dog dish hub caps and also if these are Ford OEM or not. I'll post pictures in this thread if it seems appropriate, otherwise I'll look for a better place to start a new thread.

lbcarguy's light blue rims and hub caps really look nice. I want to do something similar on my '96.
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