Join Date: Jan 2011
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I realize this is an old thread.
I want to replace my stock dually aluminum wheels with stock steel rims.
I keep having problems with balancing and rim dents/ some leaks.
My truck is a work truck/ daily driver.
Steel rims cost less than aluminum and my aluminum rims look like crap.
DO I NEED SPACERS FOR FRONT AND REAR to make up for the thinner steel wheels?
Any other problems PROS/CONS to consider ?
2002 F350 7.3 psd supercab dually 2wd, AIS, Moog joints, Bilstein, Michelin Defender LTX, Dieselsite coolant filter, red ELC, prepump spin-on fuel filter, 260,000 miles, hutch/harpoon mod, marinco mod, scan gauge ll, Zoodad, Dieselsite boots, pedestal delete, CNC Fab w/ crossover oil lines, 6.0 trans cooler, replaced oil pan, Walker BTM, Denso starter, bellowed up pipes, rebuilt oil cooler, billet dip stick adapter, HD glow plug relay
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