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Old June 25th, 2012, 10:21 PM
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Is there a width difference between these wheels (no rivets)

and these? (with rivets)



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Shouldn't be. The top wheels are Alcoa's like my F150 has in my sig, they both should be 15x7 or 8.
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Thanks. I just wanted to make sure because i noticed i had two of each on mine. Plus they are staggered instead of both of one on one axl. Id really like to find two more of the Alcoa's if i could. They look so much cleaner.



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it would be easy to check the width below the bead

take them off and roll them to an open door put a wheel between the jambs measure from one jamb to the side of the bead then do the other side without moving the wheel, add those two measurements up and subtract from the width of the jamb to jamb measurement, this should get you easily within less than 1/2" of the wheel width
now do the other wheel and see what you get


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I don't think they are true alcoas though.. The true alcoas came on the 250/350 trucks


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Im just calling them Alcoas because ive seen them refered to as such here on the forum. I will say that there is a pretty good chance they are not, at least for the sake of the F150. I used to work at Superior Industries in Pittsburg Kansas and we made almost all of the newer, 04 - 09, F150 aluminum wheels and not to mention all of the GM GMT900 aluminum wheels. BTW if any one spies a couple of these, shoot me a PM. I wont pay Ebay prices. Too damn high!



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Have you checked around at local junkyards or pull a part? LKQ Corp here in Tulsa always has a few trucks with the Alcoa's on them(I call them Alcoa's).
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I'll have to look them up. Im in Tulsa about every three months or so. Hell, if they got them in good condition and price I'm willing to make a separate trip.



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IIRC it's $24 for an Aluminum wheel and $7 for the Steelies.
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Thats a good price. Looks like I'll be making a trip to Tulsa.



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