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Old 09-21-2016, 02:30 PM   #1
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Lug pattern

Does anyone know what lug pattern a 2002 e350 quigley is ? I'm being told that the front and rear are different yet the wheels are interchangeable so i disagree to that. I want to order new wheels and want to get it right. Thank you
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Old 09-21-2016, 02:50 PM   #2
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Call Quigley with the VIN. They can tell you. I'm betting it's 8x165 (or 16.5) like the rest of the vans but I could be wrong. My 95 Quigley was.


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Old 09-21-2016, 02:56 PM   #3
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Highly likely 8 x 6.5"

Here is a way to tell for sure.........remove a rear wheel and the spacer/adapter.......see if the rear wheel fits on the original axle lugs.

try a front wheel on the rear without the spacer (or a rear wheel on the front).....if everything fits you've got 8 x 6.5"

If the wheels won't fit on the original rear axle lugs* then you've got 8 x170mm.

*this assumes there rear axle is the stock van axle, also highly likely.
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Should be 8x6.5" i.e. Ford van pattern. The pickups pattern (8x170mm) is for newer Quigleys (and everybody else for the most part)
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Instead of removing wheels, just measure from the center of one lug to the center of the one on opposite side. To get around hubs or centercaps you can use a dial caliper, cardboard template, etc. Like it was said above, it is either new Ford 8 on 170mm diameter, or old common 8 on 6.5" (165.1 mm) diameter.
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That 4.9 millimeters............why?
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That 4.9 millimeters............why?
Because that 5mm means you can't fit 8 x170 wheels on 8 x 6.5" lugs and vice versa........
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Because that 5mm means you can't fit 8 x170 wheels on 8 x 6.5" lugs and vice versa........

Maybe they decided to go Canadian! They speak full metric there I'm told. Better drive up and see for myself. Just not sure if they will let me across the border with 8 on 165.1's, might confuse someone and spend way too much time trying to get a 170mm wheel on there.

I'm calling Ford. Between this and the upfitter switch mystery that is plaguing me, we need to have a talk. I might just throw some questions about late model rear popout windows in there too. Oh, and those janky sill plate screw rivets, I mean really.
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I'm calling Ford. Between this and the upfitter switch mystery that is plaguing me, we need to have a talk. I might just throw some questions about late model rear popout windows in there too. Oh, and those janky sill plate screw rivets, I mean really.
Oh we all have some questions for Ford! If you get them on the line let us know. Many would like the popout window question answered, but there are many, many other questions.

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My 2004 Quigley is 8x6.5 so you've gotta be the same, I was told they didn't go to 170 until 2006 I think… but not sure
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