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    Hi I'm looking to get a new set of wheels and tires. I was wondering what would work on a leveled 04 f350 in terms of back spacing or offset and wheel width? Thanks for all the help.
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    What size tires are you looking to put on?
    ~Tom~ 02 F350 CCSB 4x4 SRW 7.3L, DIY-6637, Hydra, 4" TB-409SS MBRP, GS 3 in 1, EGT/Boost/Tranny, T500, FRx, COMP 910s, Fisher 8' MM2, 5" AL 1-piece Drive Shaft, Tymar HPX, NON-EBV Pedestal, Turbo Master, Wicked Wheel, Hutch/Harpoon, RR-Plenums/clamps, 203* TS and Billet Housing, ELC, Fumoto, Leveled, Airlift Bags, 16x10" on 35s, CCV Dumped, Foil, AIH, and EBV, Pontoons All Missing... Rebuilt Transmission at 137k~AE w/Ford Pack~

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    • #3
      I don't remember my back spacing or offset, and I think my wheels are 16x8 or 9 on leveled 03 350, on 315 75 r16's
      2003 f-350 cclb 6.0
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      • #4
        I'm running 16x10" wheels with what I believe is a -32 off-set. (Not 100% on that) but they fit 315-75-16 Duratracs pretty well, should fit any ~35" tire well.

        Stock wheels are 16x7" iirc.
        Last edited by ToMang07; 04-01-2014, 07:40 PM.
        ~Tom~ 02 F350 CCSB 4x4 SRW 7.3L, DIY-6637, Hydra, 4" TB-409SS MBRP, GS 3 in 1, EGT/Boost/Tranny, T500, FRx, COMP 910s, Fisher 8' MM2, 5" AL 1-piece Drive Shaft, Tymar HPX, NON-EBV Pedestal, Turbo Master, Wicked Wheel, Hutch/Harpoon, RR-Plenums/clamps, 203* TS and Billet Housing, ELC, Fumoto, Leveled, Airlift Bags, 16x10" on 35s, CCV Dumped, Foil, AIH, and EBV, Pontoons All Missing... Rebuilt Transmission at 137k~AE w/Ford Pack~

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        • #5
          Mine are 16x10, 4.5" backspacing, and -24mm offset.

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          • #6
            Ok cool I'm asking bc I'm looking at a 18x9 wheel with a -12mm offset with a 315 75 18 or slightly bigger if possible
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            • #7
              Originally posted by bftowner View Post
              Ok cool I'm asking bc I'm looking at a 18x9 wheel with a -12mm offset with a 315 75 18 or slightly bigger if possible
              I'd go with a wider wheel and more of an offset then.

              Sent while swerving into the wrong lane...
              ~Tom~ 02 F350 CCSB 4x4 SRW 7.3L, DIY-6637, Hydra, 4" TB-409SS MBRP, GS 3 in 1, EGT/Boost/Tranny, T500, FRx, COMP 910s, Fisher 8' MM2, 5" AL 1-piece Drive Shaft, Tymar HPX, NON-EBV Pedestal, Turbo Master, Wicked Wheel, Hutch/Harpoon, RR-Plenums/clamps, 203* TS and Billet Housing, ELC, Fumoto, Leveled, Airlift Bags, 16x10" on 35s, CCV Dumped, Foil, AIH, and EBV, Pontoons All Missing... Rebuilt Transmission at 137k~AE w/Ford Pack~

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              • #8
                So like an 18x10 with a -24 offset?
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                • #9
                  Well, the more the off-set, the further away the tire will be from the leaf springs. And the wider the rim, the wider a tire you can put on it. I'd buy a wheel that can take the biggest tire you'd ever put on it. Look at the tires and get an idea what width wheels you would need, most have a "minimum-maximum" range.
                  ~Tom~ 02 F350 CCSB 4x4 SRW 7.3L, DIY-6637, Hydra, 4" TB-409SS MBRP, GS 3 in 1, EGT/Boost/Tranny, T500, FRx, COMP 910s, Fisher 8' MM2, 5" AL 1-piece Drive Shaft, Tymar HPX, NON-EBV Pedestal, Turbo Master, Wicked Wheel, Hutch/Harpoon, RR-Plenums/clamps, 203* TS and Billet Housing, ELC, Fumoto, Leveled, Airlift Bags, 16x10" on 35s, CCV Dumped, Foil, AIH, and EBV, Pontoons All Missing... Rebuilt Transmission at 137k~AE w/Ford Pack~

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                  • #10
                    Alright that helps out a lot I don't want to wide a wheel and too much offset bc I want to keep as much strain as possible off the bearings know what I mean?
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