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Old 11-20-2008, 03:22 PM
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Do F150 Rims fit 07 and up expy?

I am looking for something to replace my crappy stock Pirelli Scorpion 20s. I see lots of guys selling rims with tires from newer f150s will these fit our trucks? I only have 1.5 yr left on my lease so I don't want to buy new.. I am in Canada and tires are double what they are down in the US. I drove home in a light snow storm on these Pirellis and I was sliding all over the place..not a good feeling!
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Old 11-20-2008, 10:50 PM
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I would look at the specifications and options for the f150 and see what the wheel size might be for the wheels that you would like.. when you open up the fte forum there is usually an ad for take off wheels and tires. have alook at that and see what they are offering.
Word of caution, when buying after market wheels, should you have a break down or accident and think the cause might be suspention related, your wheels are the first thing the factory guys will look at.
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Old 11-22-2008, 11:06 AM
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they have the same bolt pattern. i have 2006 f150 20" rims on my 03 expedition, and they will fit the 07 expy's and newer as well. i went with the scorpion atr's(s rated), and no problems in the snow. i put the expy in 4WD once last winter. the scorpion str's(h rated) would probably have been a better choice considering the blower in my engine bay, but i was more interested in tread design for the snowy winter we have up here. hope that helps.
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