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Old 01-05-2015, 08:10 PM   #1
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what wheels fit?

Anyone know what if any F series wheels would fit a 2011E350? Have heard different stories that some will some won't.. Just thought I would ask the pros.
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Old 01-05-2015, 08:22 PM   #2
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Re: what wheels fit?

Only if you have 4x4 which uses the '05+ SuperDuty front axle and rear wheel adapters.
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Anyone know what if any F series wheels would fit a 2011E350? Have heard different stories that some will some won't.. Just thought I would ask the pros.
1997 and older 8 lug F-Series trucks will fit 2wd E-Series.
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Thanks fellas...
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What about dodge 8 lug wheels, found a deal on a set. Will they fit? Think its an 05 or 06 2500
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Re: what wheels fit?

Not going with 4wd. Just gonna get the maxxlift and 17 inch wheels. Just don't know what will fit and when ordering online that's important. Where has anyone ordered wheels for a 2wd 2011 e350. What is the lug pattern ? And is there a specific hub size
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They will work if you use a 2 inch wheel spacer.
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They will work if you use a 2 inch wheel spacer.
As long as you don't have a full float rear axle. Some of the newer Wagons still ended up with full floats.

You can also have the centers bored out, which will allow a hub-centric fit. That's what I did for my new inner rear steelies (except they are GM wheels, for proper backspacing).
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