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Hub Centric, Nut or Stud Centric. What Years?

Guys, I've installed a Dana 70 from a 1969 F350 C&C under my 1949 F4. The Dana 70 had the 16.5" nut / stud centric wheels which I want to replace. I have a couple of the nut / stud centric 16" wheels, need a couple more.

What years will I find the nut / stud centric wheels?

What years will have the hub centric wheel?

Did the hub centric come along with the Sterling axle?

Can I run the hub centric wheels as a pair on the Dana axle if I use the correct lug nuts?

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Hello.. not sure how accurate this info is..Just went through this with a buds early 80's cab and chasis.. I believe the changeover year to hub-centric is 1984.
We had a truck with all the wrong wheels on. It needed the nutstud centric wheels.
Hope this helps.
Then somewhere in late 90's the bolt pattern changes to a metric dimension.
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