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Dually Wheel Options or 'What fits where?'

Postby Ranchero50 » Sat Mar 26, 2011 7:19 pm

Looking at my wheels today on the '70 F350 I noticed that I have both the washer lug nuts and the bevel or domed lug nuts. I have two split rims with the coined lug holes and four regular flat bolt hole rims. On one rear set I have the pin but the other doesn't have the hole for the pin. I also noted the flat wheels on the front aren't hubcentric, it's just the lug nuts holding the load, the rims aren't on a center ring. I was talking to my friend and he said each manufacturer did things different and they are different throughout the years.
I have a Dana 70 in the rear and factory disc brakes up front.

So what are the options here?

If I have to get the coined wheels, where can I get them other than a junk yard? I've never seen aluminum wheels offered with the coins.

any help is appreciated
Jamie
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Re: Dually Wheel Options or 'What fits where?'

Postby Ranchero50 » Sat Mar 26, 2011 7:29 pm

Picked this one up off Yahoo...

Dodge 00-up 2500, 03-up 3500 single rear wheel and 94-99 Ram 2500, 93-back D/W 250/350 single rear wheel has an 8-6.5" bolt pattern, 5.15" bore and are stud centered.

Dodge 94- to present Ram 3500 dual rear wheel have 8-6.5" bolt pattern, 4.78" bore and are hub centered.

Dodge 93-back D/W/B 350 dual rear wheel have 8-6.5" bolt pattern, 4.75" bore and are stud centered.



The late model from 99 and up single rear wheel Ford 250 and 350's have 8-170mm bolt pattern, 4.93" bore and are hub centered.

From 97 on back (no 98s were made!!) F250 and 350 single rear wheel and 2004 and earlier E250/E350 single rear wheel vans have an 8-6.5" bolt pattern, 5.15" bore and are stud centered.

Ford 05-up F-350 Superduty dual rear wheels have 8-200mm pattern, 5.6" bore and are hub centered.

Ford 99-04 F-350 Superduty dual rear wheel have 8-170mm pattern, 4.93" bore and are hub centered.


Ford 84-97 F-350 dual rear wheel (Production from 01/85 - for trucks built 12/84 and prior use 8-6.5" pattern, 4.75" bore, stud centered), 84-up E-350/450/Superduty dual rear wheel (Production from 01/85 - for trucks built 12/84 and prior use 8-6.5" pattern, 4.75" bore, stud centered) use 8-6.5" bolt pattern, 4.88" bore and are hub centered.


Depends on what truck you are wanting to swap with. In short, with the 3/4 and 1 ton trucks.... maybe!
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Re: Dually Wheel Options or 'What fits where?'

Postby Ranchero50 » Sat Mar 26, 2011 7:50 pm

'70 F-350 CS Cummins 6BT 10klb truck 64k mile Bahama Blue

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Re: Dually Wheel Options or 'What fits where?'

Postby Ranchero50 » Sat Mar 26, 2011 8:21 pm

'70 F-350 CS Cummins 6BT 10klb truck 64k mile Bahama Blue

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Re: Dually Wheel Options or 'What fits where?'

Postby Ranchero50 » Sun May 15, 2011 6:21 am

Found out last night (the hard way) that the drivers side threads are left handed...
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