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Old 01-16-2009, 02:34 PM
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Question Dually from 170mm to 200mm lug spacing

Can brake rotors from 2005 and up F350 dually trucks be used on 1999-2004 models to allow the use of the 8x200mm 17 inch wheels where there were originally 8x170mm 16 inch wheels? If so, would calipers, parking brake shoes and attachment and other parts have to be replaced as well?
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not sure on that, but i have a set of 8X170 to 8X200 dually front adapters if you need them.
you retain all the current brake stuff, and bolt these adapters on in place of the wheels. then you bolt the new 8X200 dually rims to the adapters.
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not sure on that, but i have a set of 8X170 to 8X200 dually front adapters if you need them.
you retain all the current brake stuff, and bolt these adapters on in place of the wheels. then you bolt the new 8X200 dually rims to the adapters.
How much are you asking for these adaptors how many do you have and what comes with them thanks
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