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Old 07-12-2004, 10:26 AM
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Unhappy Super Duty Lug Nuts

OK, I serached this site and still am confused...I need factory lug nuts for my 2000 F250 4x4. Are the factory wheels hub centric or lug centric? Does anyone know where to get the lug nuts for a reasonable price? Do I need special lug nuts to attach my center caps to? The wheels are the ones that come on Excursion Limiteds. Are these 14mm? Thanks for any and all replies.

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Old 07-12-2004, 11:45 AM
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Factory wheels are hub centric not sure what size lug though someone will be along shortly
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Old 07-12-2004, 12:02 PM
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be ware, the pitch of the lugs changed, i believe the consesus was sometimes in 2003. Found this out because my buddies wheels off his 99 wouldnt fit my 04. they changed from 14-2 to i believe 14 - 1.5 (mm) The newer ones 14-1.5 were possibly only available at the dealer? Recall the price being high, cause it was like 90 dollars or something to get all 32. 3 bucks each? The wheels are definately hub-centric.
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I don't understand why the wheels wouldn't fit. My 2003 1/2 has the M14x1.5 lug nuts and I gave my steel wheels to a friend who is using them on a 2002 F250 with M14x2.0 lug nuts. I bought and am using aluminum wheels from a 2002 F250 with M14x2.0 lug nuts. The bolt circle from 1999-2004 is still 8 on 170mm. He kepts his lugs and I kept mine, everything still works.
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Old 07-12-2004, 12:25 PM
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Sorry, it wasnt that the wheels wouldnt fit. i meant i couldnt use them becuase of that. (was trying to see how his tires fit/looked on my truck) The wheels will work fine, just the lug difference.
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You don't like the steel wheel/wheel cover on the XL either huh? Can't blame you there. The deluxe aluminums look so much better on it. (That and the 255/75R16 33" tires too.)They should have it as an option to begin with.
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yea. I hate the covers. thinking about just running the bare steelies, cause they look better. Havent decided if ia m gonna pick up a set of stock deluxe wheels, or splurge for the mickey thompson classic II's so i can get the 8 inch wide.

who made the powerstroke 5.4 logo? is it a sticker or a badge. can i get one?
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V10DOUBLETOW made it for me. He has a "POWERSTROKE V10" badge on his. It's not a real badge but an aluminum foil sticker with raised letters and lines. It looks great and seems impervious to the weather or the high-pressure carwash. I see him around the forums every once in a while. Maybe you can PM him.
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anyone interested in a new set of Gorilla lugs (14x1.5) and new looking lugs......make me an offer
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