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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 01-12-2007, 03:45 AM Thread Starter
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Wheels 04 on 00

Will the wheels from an 04 Superduty fit on my '00

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Yes they will.

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99-06 Super Dutys use 170 on 8 lug:Thumbup:

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The offset changed in '05, did it not?

I believe that, if you put an 05 wheel on a 99-04, it will sit in the fenderwell more than you would like.
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Yes
The backspacing is different, but the lug pattern is the same.
If you did that they would rub the leaf springs.

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That is for the 05 + wheels you should be ok!
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thats funny because the other day i saw an older excursion with 05-06 style wheels on it, and they sat way inside the fenders. it looked rediculous . it actually reminded me of the railroad repair trucks that can drive on the tracks.
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