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Old 03-28-2009, 01:07 AM
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Bolt Pattern

Not sure if this should go in the 09 section or the tire and wheel section, please move if necessary.

Does anyone happen to know the Bolt Pattern for our Model Year? I cant find any info on this at all. Maybe I am not looking hard enough.

I guess I could go out there and measure it, but I don't really feel like taking the cover off of the wheels if I don't have too.

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Not sure if this should go in the 09 section or the tire and wheel section, please move if necessary.

Does anyone happen to know the Bolt Pattern for our Model Year? I cant find any info on this at all. Maybe I am not looking hard enough.

I guess I could go out there and measure it, but I don't really feel like taking the cover off of the wheels if I don't have too.

Thank you.
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BP for '09 F150 is 6 x 135mm. The Heavy-Duty package has 7 lug wheels.
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Awesome! Thanks for the help.
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