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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-27-2011, 07:07 PM Thread Starter
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99 bolt pattern

is it possible a 99 f350 dually could have had the same bolt pattern as the OBS trucks?

I bought a set from a guy that said they were off a 99 so I could put them on a 02 axel i bought for for my pulling truck. I didn't have anything to measure them with when I picked them up, but went to put them on today and found out they are the old 8x6.5 bolt pattern

so I'm trying to figure out if he screwed me on just made an honest mistake when he sold them to me

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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 03-27-2011, 07:29 PM
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Re: 99 bolt pattern

'99 to 2010 SDs have 114mm x 8 pattern.

The rims are hub centric and the rim ID changed a very small amount in 2008.

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Re: 99 bolt pattern

IIRC I think the daullys acually changed again in 05 to 8x200mm bolt pattern. are you sure the early 99's couldn't have had the old bolt pattern? I know there are quite a few other little things that were differant with them

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Re: 99 bolt pattern

my e99 srw runs the same pattern as the other '00-'10 trucks and haven't heard of anyone else running into lug pattern problem on e99 trucks.

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Re: 99 bolt pattern

All '99-'11 trucks are 8x170mm even the duallys through the F-350. The 450's and 550's are a different lug pattern.

I think you got screwed...

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I think you got screwed...
pretty much what I was thinking just wanted to make sure before I called the guy.............

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Re: 99 bolt pattern

I thought in 2005 Ford changed to 8 on 200mm?

1999-2004 were 8 on 170mm

my 1993 is 8 on 6.5
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Re: 99 bolt pattern

my early 99 dually had the new 8x170 pattern.

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Re: 99 bolt pattern

[QUOTE=rose88;1719465]I thought in 2005 Ford changed to 8 on 200mm?

1999-2004 were 8 on 170mm

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