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Old 09-11-2003, 08:38 PM
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do all super dutys have the same bolt pattern?

i was wondering if all super dutys have the same bolt pattern for rims?is it 99 they changed the pattern for these?thanks
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Old 09-12-2003, 10:48 PM
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do all super dutys have the same bolt pattern?

Yes to both. 99 all SD's went to 8 on 170mm The vans I hear still use the old pattern though.
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do all super dutys have the same bolt pattern?

one of my co-workers had a leftover set of factory aluminum wheels from a 2000 F-250 (8 lug). when he got his new work truck ('03 F-250) it had steel wheels, 8-lug also. he said that he was going to swap them, but they wouldn't fit. i don't know the details, i wasn't there. this is hearsay of course. does anyone know the truth?
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