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I was thinkin of doing an 18x9 or 18x10 MKW rim with some 33s, I think it would look solid if i could fit it...
 

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go with a positive offset if you can on the rims. but they ought to fit even with negative offset
 

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go with a positive offset if you can on the rims. but they ought to fit even with negative offset
can u explain that, I don't know much about fitment on these trucks...I've had the truck for almost a year, but I've been at college or most of it, so not much time to look...
 

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positive offset means the wheel face sets more outboard like stock rims. negative offset means you will have more of a lip on the rim. stock rims work wonders with stuffing tires. i have a few friends that with just ford keys they fit 315s on stockers.
 

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the torsion keys out of a torsion bar front end of a f 150 i think the years are 97-03. say if your stock bars are maxed out you can put ford keys in to get more adjustability. just do a search on them there are plenty of threads on them
 

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the torsion keys out of a torsion bar front end of a f 150 i think the years are 97-03. say if your stock bars are maxed out you can put ford keys in to get more adjustability. just do a search on them there are plenty of threads on them
Ok, thanks...
 
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