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Old 05-25-2010, 09:39 PM
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f250 wheel center hole diameter?

I searched high and low, but could not find the answer. If I were with my truck I'd just go measure it.

Anyone know the center hole diameter for our f250 8 lug wheels?

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four and three quarter inches.
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All 1953/96 F250 wheels have 8 lugs on a 6.50" bolt circle pattern, ditto 1967/96 F350's.
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Thanks ND & Bill W.

A buddy has some unknown 8 lug wheels i need to go look at & measure.

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