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[updated:LAST EDITED ON 07-Aug-02 AT 07:30 PM (EST)]They're made, but they're not very popular. I used to have a set on an F150. The last time I checked, Summit Racing carried them (I believe in American Racing or Eagle). I only happened to look at the white spoked "wagon" wheels, which is what I had, but they may also be available in other styles..... (I'm speaking of 16 X 7's..... I'm unsure of the case with 16.5's or wider widths).
There are in fact plenty of tires available for the 16.5" rim. I would go with the 16" though due to the nature of the 16.5" rim being more susceptable to losing the tire bead when aired down too low. Like 10 psi or lower... speaking from experience here...
97 F250 HD, 460, Tri-Y Headers, Flowmasters, Custom K&N FIPK, 3" shackle reversal, 35" BFG KO Mud's (soon to be 18/39.5x16.5 boggers!), D60 with Electrac.
>thanks for the info.They do need to be 5 on 5.5 bolt
>pattern.I need to check my typing a little closer i guess.
I was wondering if you had had any luck on this?
I had also heard that the Dodge 5 on 5.5 wheels would work, but had also heard the that the center hole might be too small.
Have any ideas where this could be checked out?
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