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86 F250 wheels won't fit new rotors (Fixed!)

 
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You guys are awesome,thanks again for all your input.
Ford says E7TH-1102-CA and the change up YC3Z-1v102-CA are now obsolete.They got a part # via application and are shipping them tomorrow......hope they're right, will keep you posted.
And yes Rouge,the wheels are lug centered with tapered nuts
 
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If truck modified by FoMoCo (as original purchaser requested something that was not an RPO) between the time it left the assembly line and arrived at dealership, it would be a Domestic Special Order and have a 6 digit DSO code.

Domestic Special Order parts are not (usually) listed in parts catalogs, dealer contacts Ford, passes along the DSO. Ford looks up the order number (last 4 digits of DSO), then tells the dealer where the special parts could be obtained.

6 digit DSO also applies to special paint, there would be no color code(s) on the Warranty Plate/Certification Label. Same scenario applies, dealer needs paint formula(s), contacts FoMoCo w/6 digit DSO.

Some 1983/89 F250's came with 8.8" rear axles. Ford never called 'em light duties, but that's exactly what they were. Sterling 10.25 rear axle intro'd 1985.
Would this also be the case if the vehicle was purchased by a 3rd party company that modifies them (like conversion vans and such), and then ships them to dealers for retail sales?
 
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Old 06-18-2012, 07:25 PM
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If truck modified by FoMoCo (as original purchaser requested something that was not an RPO) between the time it left the assembly line and arrived at dealership, it would be a Domestic Special Order and have a 6 digit DSO code.
Wouldn't such a truck also have a partial Certification Label that says INCOMPLETE VEHICLE MFD. BY FORD MOTOR CO. in big, bold letters at the top?
 
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Wouldn't such a truck also have a partial Certification Label that says INCOMPLETE VEHICLE MFD. BY FORD MOTOR CO. in big, bold letters at the top?
Only if a DSO "back of cab equipment" Utility, Flat Bed, Stake Bed, Boxvan was installed on a Cab & Chassis.
 
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The rotors Ford shipped us were hub piloted as well.
We ended up sending the after market rotors to the machine shop to take .100 off the hub.I measured the rest of the rotor to make sure there were no other differences and they matched perfectly.

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Originally Posted by vaper View Post
The rotors Ford shipped us were hub piloted as well.
We ended up sending the after market rotors to the machine shop to take .100 off the hub.I measured the rest of the rotor to make sure there were no other differences and they matched perfectly.

Thanks again
Wow....that's a tough way to get around all this. But glad you got it all figured out
 
 
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