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Old 10-07-2013, 04:52 PM
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20 inch Wheel on a 2WD?

I have a Buddy who has a 2011 F250 2 wheel drive that would like to have the 20 inch wheels and tires (275/65/20) from my 2014 F350 4x4.
Can anyone tell me if the will fit on a 2 wheel drive without do any modifications?
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Bolt pattern is the same so you should be fine. Only thing that might be funky is the center trim ring that goes around the front hub on the 4X4 will be wide open on the 4X2.

The larger tire diameter will goof up the 4X2's speedometer/odometer, but it'll still run fine.

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Bolt pattern is the same so you should be fine. Only thing that might be funky is the center trim ring that goes around the front hub on the 4X4 will be wide open on the 4X2.

The larger tire diameter will goof up the 4X2's speedometer/odometer, but it'll still run fine.

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Thanks for the info.
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