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Old 07-28-2020, 01:00 PM   #1
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2009 E350 Bolt Pattern?

I'm seeing different search results and hopefully someone here has one.
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Old 07-28-2020, 01:45 PM   #2
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1992 forward Original Ford van and 4x4 Quigleys: 8x6.5"
4x4 vans with F350 or F250 axles 8x170mm
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My 2007 Quigley came with 8 x 170mm. Rear has adapters (installed by Quigley) taking it from the OEM 8 x 6.5" to the 8 x 170. Front axle was a stock Superduty so already 8 x 170mm.
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I pulled out the tape measure and middle of bolt to middle of bolt is definitely longer than 6.5", so I'm assuming 170mm. It's a Ujoint conversion, not sure what axle was used.
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Ujoint uses F250 and F350 axles -->wheels. On the rear axle they use adapter or swap the whole axle.

I guess Quigley at some point did the same. I believe older models kept the van's pattern.
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Any advice on searching for used rims/tires? Search for F250/350?
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Old 07-28-2020, 03:13 PM   #7
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99+ f250/350 trucks have the 8x170 bolt pattern. No one else uses it.
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Thanks all. Looking at these, but I'm thinking $600 is high.


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8x170 bolt pattern wheels fits Ford 8 lug
Wheels are MB, TKO's 16"x8.5", -6 offset
Minor scratches but still look good
Tires have some life on them left
Goodyear Duratrac 315/75R16's equivalent to 35x12.5
Throwing the spare in which is a stock spare wheel with 33" BFGoodrich All Terrain T/A KO's tire mounted (305/70R16)
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Those may fit, but "some life" usually means bold. Look for take outs, I got an almost new set from an F250 with Michelins for $500. Later got new tires and rims at Discont Tire for about $1500 (305/65R18).

What gearing do you have on your differential? I think you have a v8 5.4. To run 35 I think you wan to have at least 4:10 gears.
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Just throwing this in here for those who want/need an easy accurate way to determine wheel stud or wheel hole spacing: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1-4-8-Holes...QAAOSwWG1e4Guy

Those take the guess work out of checking. FWIW that price before "make offer" is just about the cheapest I've EVER seen those. Buy a dozen or so for stocking stuffers maybe?

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