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Dually wheels

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A friend has a f-350 dually and he wants to lift it. Are there any wider than stock front wheels availiable. He also knows he has to run a spacer in the rear. Truck is not a worker, just a looker. Thank you.
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You can use any wheel/tire combination you'd like for the front wheels, but as far as I know of the dually rear wheels are only avaible in the 6" wide, regardless of the 16", 19.5", and 22.5" wheels.
They are stock wheels and the tires are going on about 45k now. As long as you slow down for cornering so they don't "cup" they'll wear down evenly. Just remeber to rotate the tires every 10-15k, or as soon as you notice it cupping.
I agree. Check with local laws on how wide your vehicle may be. My truck is exactyl 102"s wide which is 8.5'. Luckily, my state law says 8.5' is the max limit, but I can only fit in a few fast food drive throughs. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/shrug.gif
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