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Old 11-08-2007, 08:06 PM
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1968 F100 Tires and Wheels

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Does anyone know what the stock wheel and tire sizes were for a 1968 F100?

I've been looking everywhere I can think of with no luck.
Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Hello Jim. Welcome to FTE.

The listing for a '67 F100 tire calls for 8.15 x 15. Can't see why the '68 would be different.
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Thanks a lot. You wouldn't happen to know the wheel width would you?

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I'll try to find out. Probably around 5" I think I got rid of my original steelies from my '69 F100.
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I have LT216/75R15 tire size on my 68. The Bias tire puts less stress on the front end parts. But the radial will handle better. I'm running a load range C tires. As what was factory I do not know.
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