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Old 03-08-2009, 06:19 AM   #1
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my 2002 supercrew has the 4 wheel disk brakes. will a 16" wheel fit on it? specifically the 16's from a nascar edition f150?
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Wheels off a 98 wont work on a 02
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Mistake me if I'm wrong but the 97-03 trucks are all the same bolt pattern. My 01 has 16's. I think you will be okay.
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Stud diameters changed but do what you want
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so it would be impossible to drill it from 12mm to 14mm and cut the 42 degree chmfer on the holes?
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You could get aftermarket wheels, American Racing wheels has a wheel that looks like the factory Ford Nascar edition wheels.
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i was being sarcastic, i am a cnc machinist/programmer by trade, so i think i can handle drilling the studs out. my main question was if the wheel would clear the rear disc brakes.
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yes it will. i have 16's on mine..Click the image to open in full size.
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