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Old 01-30-2012, 10:03 AM   #1
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Default Stock Rim width on 2001 F-150 4x4.

I'm trying to find out what the stock rim width is on my 2001 F150. Its the Chrome Rims that came on a 2001 F-150 4x4 Supercrew Lariat. Thank you.
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Probably 7" but look on your jam sticker... It says right there
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Probably 7" but look on your jam sticker... It says right there

Problem is is that mines not a Lariat. I bought the Rims from a guy that said they came off that truck. Mines a identical except its not the lariat. About to buy some tires on ebay and was really wanting to check my clearances and and wanted to factor the width in. BFG has a sight that shows how wide the tire will be on certain width rims. Didn't want to go through the same ole same ole of asking what tires would fit under it etc..... Thank you.
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If its 16 inch then it's 16x7 if it's 17 inch then it's 17x7.5
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I would say 7" but there's no telling for sure without making a jig to measure with the tire on and subtracting for the bead roll...

Or dismounting a tire...

For some more info on tire fitment check out my how to thread in the how to/tires wheels and suspension section
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I have a 2001 F150 Lariat and I believe its a 7.5 inch Rim. I have 285-70-17 inch tires on my truck and they run fine.
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If its 16 inch then it's 16x7 if it's 17 inch then it's 17x7.5
That's sounds about right to me
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Mine are 17 inch rims they are 7.5. Work at a tire shop we have alot of people come in to measure width on there rims. Most shop can just takes a second or two.
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Would a 285-70 fit on a stock 16" rim?? Or 285-75?

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Would a 285-70 fit on a stock 16" rim?? Or 285-75?
Yes and yes
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