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Hey guys I got a question for ya, my friend has an F150 and is getting rims for his new tires and needs to know the specs in the rims does any one know 5xwhat and whats the back spacing hes getting 15x8's...thanks for the help.
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what year f150? the new ones are 6 lug. and the olds are 5x5.5
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My bad 1998. What back spacing should he get?
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what size tire?

and edit on the bolt pattern, its 5x135. i was thinkin f250.
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33's no lift body lift comin soon though.
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i think 4.5" backspacing is pretty common for f150s.
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So 5x5.5 with 4.5 backspacing
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nope, 5x135, added that into the other post.
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What? He is gettin the classic 2's here they are hes gettin 15x8 which 15x8 should he get out of those?? http://www.4wheelparts.com/4wp/produ...MT&expand=sub1
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Anyone??
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i dont see a listing for the 5x135. and is he sure he can run a 15? I dont think hes able too with the brake size. most likely a 16" is the smallest he can go.
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Wow man i never thought of that. Crap that sucks he already bought the tires and stuff dude...wow lol.
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lol, better uh cancel that order.
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16's is the smallest he can go....big rotors.
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Aight thanks for help again guys!
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