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post #11 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-05-2011, 02:22 AM
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I also need to chime in and i could be totally wrong but i am pretty sure that the f350 and f450 are different bolt patterns.

But back on topic the dodge adapters for sure wont work on a ford.
The 2008-2010 F-450 was a different bolt pattern than the F-350 drw when they came stock with 19.5" wheels in a 10 bolt pattern. On the 2011 they have 17" wheels with the same pattern as the F-350 drw.

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So I'm confused on which adapters I need. Anyone have a link to the one I need? I also have another friend that has wheels but his are from his 2006 Ford F-350 King Ranch. Will those work?
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No you havent, unless some serious mods were done to the wheels. Dodge, pre 2011 GM, and OBS (97 and older) fords= 8x165. 1999-current superdutys =8x170. New 2011 GM= 8x180. No way to fit KR wheels on a dodge
I'm not saying I know how it was done, but both my dad, me and my brother saw an '06 dodge body style DODGE 2500 running FORD King Ranch wheels. I wouldn't make this up. Sorry, but I know what I saw

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So I'm confused on which adapters I need. Anyone have a link to the one I need? I also have another friend that has wheels but his are from his 2006 Ford F-350 King Ranch. Will those work?
They should, but I would double check that they are 8x200mm with tire store just in case.

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Alright thanks. Do the duallys have s tpms system? I didn't see anything on the onboard computer and was 20 psi low from 75 psi in the front... Just wondering since I'll be putting semi wheels on. Thanks
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I don't know, I thought they did, but when I checked my pressures last month they were all down around 50 psi and I have never had a light come on. I put my tires back to 65 psi when I filled them back up.

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^^ that's what I did too, thats why I was asking the question lol
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I'm not saying I know how it was done, but both my dad, me and my brother saw an '06 dodge body style DODGE 2500 running FORD King Ranch wheels. I wouldn't make this up. Sorry, but I know what I saw
Then someone did WAAAAAAYYYYYY too much work on the wheels and or truck. Man some things people will do when they cant afford a ford!
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