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Old 04-25-2014, 11:22 AM
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22.5" Tubeless Budd Wheels Trailer load! spent my allowance

Spent my monthly allowance of dismounting a couple of 22.5" tubeless wheels yesterday!

there's a few 6 lug wheels in the mix from dismounting the NOS Goodyear tires that I sold but the rest (excepting 4 17.5" 8 lug wheels) are the 5 lug on 8" circle 22.5" bud wheels. Just sold two of these but still have 18 of these wheels in storage (ten with tires) and plus the wheels that are on the trailer.

I swear these things are like mice! stack them together and they multiply Anyone else have that problem?
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I swear these things are like mice! stack them together and they multiply Anyone else have that problem?
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Maybe I should go out and buy a big job with widowmakers now. You can set me up nice and I can talk the price of the truck way down because of the dangerous wheels.
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Hi, my name is Josh and I havent purchased any wheels in two weeks. Haha
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can any of those replace my f4 wm?
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can any of those replace my f4 wm?
They would work on your f4

But an 19.5" wheel would also work good and might actually get your f4 closer to stock ride height as compared to a 22.5" ?

Iv also got some 19.5" wheela but depending on your location someone else on here might be alot closer than me in Utah?
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can any of those replace my f4 wm?

^^^ What Josh said. But the 22.5" wheels will work on your F4 and give you slightly higher road speed. It's something to consider.

Drive up to Utah and do some shopping at Josh's Wheel Emporium. They have everything you need.
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thanks! still really new. i will put out an apb!
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Your stock 7.00 x 18" tires are about 35" tall. The closest match in a modern tire is an 8R19.5" at 33.5" diameter. If you were to go with 22.5s the narrowest available is a 9R22.5" which will be 38", or taller for some I've seen listed. I know you've been to the classifieds to see what's out there. There are four guys I know of that have the 19.5" x 6" Budd #89340 or 19.5" x 5.25" Budd #72070 wheels available. Maybe others will speak up. The closer the better to save you shipping costs. Stu
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Everybody say hi to Josh! Hi Josh!!! I m a ford truck addict too and my name is Chris.
I found some tires and rims for my 6 bud 56 today.
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Would this size work good on my 56 F6
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Might fit the truck, I'll defer to the others on that. My concern is that those tires might not fit your wheels. The widest 6 lug x 8.75" bolt circle wheels that I have record of are Accuride #28157 and #28670, both 6.75" wide. A 265/75R22.5" tire is spec'd for either a 7.5" or 8.25" rim. I don't find a quick reference for the diameter of that tire but know that either a 9R22.5" or 10R22.5" will fit the above rims. They are 38" and 40" range and will fill up your wheel wells. Stu
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Everybody say hi to Josh! Hi Josh!!! I m a ford truck addict too and my name is Chris.
I found some tires and rims for my 6 bud 56 today.
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Would this size work good on my 56 F6

Welcome to the meeting Chris,
Your back to step 1 with your purchase today
but since you already got them may as well put em on and show us how they fit....

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