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19.5" dually wheels?

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by NJBLZ, Apr 27, 2006.

  1. NJBLZ

    NJBLZ 1/2 ton status

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    Anybody running steel 19.5" wheels on your dually? I searched the archives and I couldn't find any info, I thought I saw pics of one here last year. I found a set, the guy doesnt know what they are from, I guessing a ford F550. also I'm wondering if the 8 lug bolt pattern is the same, and I'm assuming the offset is ok too.
     
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    bigjbear 1 ton status Staff Member Moderator

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    Someone on here had a black one. Maybe EricM???
     
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    F550 is a bigger, metric 8-lug pattern.

    Some of the GM P-vans had 8-lug 19.5" wheels. They can be tough to find. I was quoted ~$200 CDN *each* from the stealership at one time.:rolleyes:
     
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    fords are different,,, they dont work

    p30 delivery truck.. rickson... or stockton wheel
     
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    thanks guys.
     
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    they were available on 72 and older 1 tons, so were 17.5", and possibly some c/k20 trucks too, and possibly a few yeasrs after 72, i could get rpo code and option info on the tires and wheels these sizez for the 72 older



    good luck
     
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    Theres a few companies out there, I am sure there are proabably more. Stazworks can make some custom 19.5 if you want but I am sure they would be even more expensive tahn what these are already going for. I think theyre pretty pimp on a dually. Kind of considering this for my dually but I think I will sell out out and do a single wheel crew cab. I dont now whos truck that is but it is way badass and I think has 19.5 on it.


    http://www.stocktonwheel.com/
    http://www.ricksontruck.com/

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  8. j20m715

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    I have them on one of my trucks (2000 3500hd) but it came that way.:D
    Mine is 10 lug btw
    The wheels you saw may have been from a cargo van (frito lay or bread truck). Some of the p30 chassis rv's also had them.

    Fords bolt pattern is different
     
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    how tall are the tires on those setups?
     
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    My truck has 225/70/R19.5's & they are about 30.5 inches tall.
     
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    Railroad trucks have 19.5s, but SRW, not dual. Always wanted to try some on my Dodge but I sold it haha!
     
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    This is one bad frickety ass truck. Wish I had one in my fleet!
     

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