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Old 04-22-2015, 10:18 AM   #15
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Old 04-22-2015, 10:46 AM   #16
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you could have bought aluminum ones for under 2k and sold off the 3steel ones on ebay
I could not find aluminum rims that were 6.75" wide.
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Old 04-22-2015, 11:35 AM   #17
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I just bought one in Lima Ohio, $140, new take-off.

Ford Dual Wheel F450 F550 10 Lug Steel Wheel 19 5 One Piece 6" Wide | eBay
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I could not find aluminum rims that were 6.75" wide.
that's because they are the wrong wheels.

look in classifieds here


http://www.irv2.com/rvclassifieds/sh...er-used&cat=23
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Old 04-22-2015, 11:38 AM   #19
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I just bought one in Lima Ohio, $140, new take-off.

Ford Dual Wheel F450 F550 10 Lug Steel Wheel 19 5 One Piece 6" Wide | eBay
that's the wrong wheel for your motorhome your wheels are 6.75

19.5 x 6.75 10 on 225 bolt circle
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Not all of them...
yes all of them 1999and up ford f53 super duty..6.75 wide
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OPS, The numbers on the rim matched.. I'll look at it tonight when I get home...
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I blew the hell out of that every which way ---

width and bolt (We need a smiley with a head up a butt)

I have 8 lug, not 10. I called him up, he said no problem he's got one and will exchange....

LVRVLUVR; Thanks for the heads up. I would have caught this sooner or later, but it was best to find it now.
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I blew the hell out of that every which way ---

width and bolt (We need a smiley with a head up a butt)

I have 8 lug, not 10. I called him up, he said no problem he's got one and will exchange....

LVRVLUVR; Thanks for the heads up. I would have caught this sooner or later, but it was best to find it now.
did you pull the stainless wheel cover??
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The cover fits flush over the bolts. The wheel lugs actually go up inside the fake lugs on 6 of them and uses two real chrome plated lugs to hold the simulator on.

All I had to do was look at the pictures I took. DUH.....

I think I was so excited about finding a rim, I forgot to see if it would fit.
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1999 to 2012 (up to 10-31-11 build date) 16K and 18K F53 chassis used 19.5x6.0 wheels as noted in this bulletin:

https://www.fleet.ford.com/truckbbas/non-html/Q-211.pdf

They had 225 tires. 245 tires require 6.75" wide wheels (minimum).
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all my 10 lug chassis used 10 lug wheels

all my 19.5 x 6.75 steel wheels were the same size as the 19.5 x6.75 aluminum wheels


I would not use the 6.0 with a 6.75 on the same axel
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