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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-04-2011, 01:21 AM Thread Starter
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Wheel adapter question

My friend got rid of his 2007 dodge dually and was wondering if his Alcoa 22.5 with his wheel adapters would work? I have a 2011 Ford F-350 dually. He did say they were 8 to 10 lug adapters just want to make sure his adapters will work on my truck before I buy the wheels/adapters.


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Your truck has a metric bolt pattern 8 lug on 170mm. Ford is the only one with this bolt pattern and NOTHING else will fit. Unless they changed the bolt pattern back to standard for the 2011's, they WILL NOT WORK. Only ford wheels from '99-2010 will fit your truck.
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you can always just buy the wheels and tires and just your own adapters( depending on how much he wants for them)

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Damn :/ Thanks for the quick response. Well adapters are not cheap and would rather not get them from him if they don't work.
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how much is he wanting for the whole kit?

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Your truck has a metric bolt pattern 8 lug on 170mm. Ford is the only one with this bolt pattern and NOTHING else will fit. Unless they changed the bolt pattern back to standard for the 2011's, they WILL NOT WORK. Only ford wheels from '99-2010 will fit your truck.
Actually the bolt pattern on the F-350 dually is 8x200mm, it changed to that in '05 or '06. I have been doing research on this since the 2011 F-450 uses the same bolt pattern as the F-350 dually now.

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I don't know about duallys, but I have personally seen 08-10 KR wheels on a dodge

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I don't know about duallys, but I have personally seen 08-10 KR wheels on a dodge
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
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Re: Wheel adapter question

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.

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