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Re: OT:dually wheels

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04-22-2014 09:01:45

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This search has worked for me in the past.


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04-22-2014 13:31:17

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 Re: OT:dually wheels in reply to RCP, 04-22-2014 09:01:45  
I may have found some in Bloomington,Ill. He's checking the numbers. Thanks

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04-22-2014 20:30:52

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 Re: OT:dually wheels in reply to merlynr, 04-22-2014 13:31:17  
Your hubs should have a locating pin,(Ford only) it keeps the valve stems pointing the right way. I think GM wheels will fit, BUT, you must have the steel ring that gos between the lug nuts and the wheel, and cut off the pin. Watch your tire size, over stock sizes, will rub in the center.

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04-23-2014 11:45:31

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 Re: OT:dually wheels in reply to 504, 04-22-2014 20:30:52  
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My truck has one locating pin and I guess the other side is broken off. I wonder what gm wheel will work? My 97 F250 HD had a spare rim with no tire and a friend loaned me a spare from a late 80's Chevy and it fit the front(4x4) but not the rear which has the sterling 10.5 rearend. The center hole was too small but just barely.

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 Re: OT:dually wheels in reply to 504, 04-22-2014 20:30:52  
Our 1981 Ford I think was made for bias ply tires and since we have had it (1985?)all we could find was radials and they have always rubbed with a load on it. Never seemed to of caused a problem though ?

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