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Old 03-16-2014, 09:05 AM
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19.5 f600 rims pictures

Hello, I have a set of 19.5s and it looks like ill have to use 8-19.5 tires. They will be about 5 inches shorter than the original 8.25-20s that are on there. I dont want the truck to look goofy, do you guys have any pics with your f600 and 19.5s?
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Well, Edith is an F5 so you decide

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Well, that pretty much does it for me! That truck looks anything but goofy. Now the character to it's left, the jury is still out on, specially considering he looks like a younger version of me........
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Hello, I have a set of 19.5s and it looks like ill have to use 8-19.5 tires. They will be about 5 inches shorter than the original 8.25-20s that are on there. I dont want the truck to look goofy, do you guys have any pics with your f600 and 19.5s?
If it makes you feel any better, the standard tire on the F5 was a 6.50x20. 7.00 and 7.50x20's were optional, and with the 2 speed rear option only, 8.25x20's were optional on the rear with 7.50x20's on the front. Info obtained from the salesman's binder book. 19.5's would be my choice.
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Here's a member's F-4 with a set of 19.5s he got from me. An F-4, 5, or 6 will all look the same with them. An 8R19.5" is 33.5" tall while the 8.25x20" is 38". If you are going to a tubeless wheel your two tire options are the 8R19.5" or 9R22.5" which will match or exceed the diameter of the 8.25"x20". Stu

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Here's a member's F-4 with a set of 19.5s he got from me. An F-4, 5, or 6 will all look the same with them. An 8R19.5" is 33.5" tall while the 8.25x20" is 38". If you are going to a tubeless wheel your two tire options are the 8R19.5" or 9R22.5" which will match or exceed the diameter of the 8.25"x20". Stu

Who's F4 is that Stu? That's a sharp looking truck!
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Agree, that's why I saved the picture. I'd have to go back through emails to say for sure who's truck it is. Maybe he'll speak up. Stu
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Here is what a 225/70R19.5 looks like on the front of an F4
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Those dont look bad at all! my truck is a '54. Anyone have the 53-56 body with these rims?
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Here's Betsy with 8R19.5s on the front and 225/70 R19.5s on the rear. All set for the Salute to Veterans Parade last April.

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Here's an old thread with them on an F-500. Stu

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Here is my 1955 F500 with 8R19.5 all way around.
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Those look great! Mine are in primer now.. waiting for decent painting weather. I really wanted 22.5s, but they dont seem to exist around me, so Ill stick with what I have for now.
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