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Hello all, I have a 2003 F250 and I found a guy selling the rims and tires from a 2020 F250 4X4(I assumed the 4X4 because of center caps) that he had swapped out to a bigger tire, practically brand new. Now I learn about the change in offset, an that I need to move the tires out 2" or so. I'm getting a lot of different information about how to fix this issue and was hoping someone could enlighten me on best course to take to use the rims. Thanks for any info
 

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Well you could use spacers but I'm not a fan of that or you could swap the axles to 2006 or newer from a junkyard thats about the only two options.
 

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Well you could use spacers but I'm not a fan of that or you could swap the axles to 2006 or newer from a junkyard thats about the only two options.
Okay, Thanks for the input, I still have old rims I just didn't care for them, but it may just be best for me to go back to them, Thanks again for the help
 

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You could buy after-market rims the same size as the new tires and sell the 2020 Ford factory rims...as long as we are discussing any/all options.
 
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