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2005 to 2000 super duty rims

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I'm sure this horse has been beat down, kicked and stomped on here before, buuuttt....

I have a 2000 Super Duty and have the chance to get rims and tires off a 2005 super duty to replace mine.

I know the off set of the rims are different but the bolt pattern is the same and have asked this question of some different guys and have recieved opposite answers...

Can you go down from the current rims to the older rims or only up from older to newer? They replacement rims are too far away for me to drive out and try them on to see... just looking for someone in the know who can unequivocably answer this question... I always thought that the newer trucks will take the old style no problem, but the older trucks will not accept the new style rims because of the off set for the new brakes...

anybody?

Thanks for your responses!

Good Luck!

Ken

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Sorry, I would love to help you out here, but I havent done much for custom stuff. Maybe try a wheel/tire store that speacializes in them.

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The bolt pattern is different, I believe they changed in 2003.

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