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Old 02-16-2010, 02:26 AM   #1
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Default Rims from other Trucks/SUV that will fit F150??

Are there other trucks/SUV rims that we can fit other than F150's? I know jeeps use 5x135 bolt pattern as well but I'm not sure if they fit.

Someone just did a hit and run on my truck and 3 rims are bent (pushed to the curve) I have one good NASCAR (not sure if its replica) wheel left, if anyone needs an extra one let me know.

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I know some dodge rims fit..not entirely sure what years though? I am sure some other people know...I thought that jeep wheels were 5x4.5

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From my experience, the only vehicles that have the 5x135 bolt pattern (the one that our trucks have) are: our trucks and Expeditions.

No other vehicles use the 5x135 bolt pattern, some dodges and other vehicles all use inch measurement like 5x5.25.
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