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    Epic Contributor Soundguy's Avatar
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    Default lug nut size on ford 350 / 450 drw.. etc

    just thought about it.. bu I wanna hit the tire shop and gran a handfull of spares.. nothing like changing a tire on the side of the road and kickin gthe pan that has yer nutz in it...

    anyone know the size?

    thanks

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    Default Re: lug nut size on ford 350 / 450 drw.. etc

    Quote Originally Posted by Soundguy View Post
    just thought about it.. bu I wanna hit the tire shop and gran a handfull of spares.. nothing like changing a tire on the side of the road and kickin gthe pan that has yer nutz in it...

    anyone know the size?

    thanks

    soundguy
    Just ask the tire guy what size you nutz are I bet he can tell you!!!

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    Default Re: lug nut size on ford 350 / 450 drw.. etc

    They changed, depending on the year. A lot of the 450s came with 19.5 wheels also, where the 350 had 16" wheels.

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    Epic Contributor Soundguy's Avatar
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    Default Re: lug nut size on ford 350 / 450 drw.. etc

    yep.. my 450 has 19.5 and my 350 16"

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    Default Re: lug nut size on ford 350 / 450 drw.. etc

    Studs are 9/16" unless they changed recently.
    Dennis

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    Default Re: lug nut size on ford 350 / 450 drw.. etc

    Depends on the model years in questions. The Super Duty F350 and F450 are metric M14x 1.5 or M14x2.0 depending on model year. The Pre-99's were 9/16.

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    Default Re: lug nut size on ford 350 / 450 drw.. etc

    Yup the stud are varied. My 2001 F-350 has the really coarse threaded studs. The 16" rims only work to 2004 then you need a 17" rim. The 8 lug pattern is metric too since 1999, it won't interchange with the old standard 8 bolts. The newer 17 and 18" rims are backwards compatible to the 1999-2004's, they just came about to fit the bigger brake rotors.

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