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Old 09-07-2010, 05:54 PM
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Chrome Moto Metal 955's on F250

Hey fellas,

I'm interested in running these wheels on my 1999 SD 4X2 F250. The suspension is stock. I'm torn between the 18X9's or the 20X10's. Through some research if I ran the 18X9 I would need 4.5BS with -12MM offset and 20X10 would require 5" BS with -12MM offset. Does that sound about right? I do not want the tires pouching outside the fenderwell more than a 1/4" if possible.

I'm looking to run a 275 series tire as I pull my travel trailer with the truck and I would rather not lose my low-end torque by running a taller tire. I'm not sure if width will be a factor on a 275 series tire. I doubt it although I just wanted to get a second opinion.

I have yet to see these wheels on an F250. Please post up if you have them.

Thanks in advance!

Ron.
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