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bigwolf

09-26-2014 16:57:59




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Will a 8 hole 1ton ford truck wheel fit a 1973 dodge 1 ton..thanks wolf




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Joe(TX)

11-17-2014 17:33:06




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 Re: truck wheels in reply to bigwolf, 09-26-2014 16:57:59  
The later fords have a larger bolt pattern also.



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ericlb

09-30-2014 06:43:11




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 Re: truck wheels in reply to bigwolf, 09-26-2014 16:57:59  
wolf, it depends on what year the ford wheel is for starters, its stamped on the rim, the bolt pattern is the same diameter if the wheel is from the 70's or 80's, but some of the dodges then, had wheels with alternating 'dimples' on the holes to secure the lug nuts, if the ford has a flat lug nut face it wont run in a dual set with a dimpled wheel but could be used on the front as a single



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ericlb

09-30-2014 06:46:40




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 Re: truck wheels in reply to ericlb, 09-30-2014 06:43:11  
should add if you use a flat faced wheel on the front of a dodge running with dimpled wheels you also need to change the lug nuts for the conical ones as opposed to the ones with a washer on them for the dimpled wheels, otherwise there will be nothing to center the flat faced wheel on the hub



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