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Can anyone tell me where to find adapters so I can mount the semi tuck wheels on my superduty? I've looked online with no help. What disadvantages is there to this set-up? The tires last 200,000 miles and it looks cool!
Rickson Truck Wheels (www.ricksontruck.com) actually makes a direct bolt-on wheel for our trucks that allows you to run the big tires without the need for adapters.
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The 19.5" won't knock your teeth out like 22". They (the 22") will really ride rough for these light weight (in comparison) trucks.
My Ricksons don't need adapters as they bolt on with the standard lug pattern. They do sell 19.5" adapter rings on the internet if you find an old 19.5" wheel to bolt up to your SD. I can't remember the company's name though.
The disadvantages are that your braking is going to be very bad unless you really upgrade the brakes. The ride is going to be rough. I does look cool, but you probably won't get 200k in mileage. You will get more like 80K. That's a lot of investment for double the mileage.
But it does look cool.
Jim - Corona, Calif
2005 F250 Supercrew.
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