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What Other Year Factory Wheels Fit 2007 F150

 
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What Other Year Factory Wheels Fit 2007 F150

Want to upgrade my Plain Jane 17" wheels with some nicer factory aluminum rims.

Currently have the 17 x 7.5 with 6 x 135 bolt pattern.

What other years (newer models) will fit?

I had assumed anything with the same size/offset and bolt specs would work, but I'm seeing they changed the center bore starting in 09. Would that mean 2009 and up will not fit?

Any help appreciated.
 
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Originally Posted by Schieftain View Post
Want to upgrade my Plain Jane 17" wheels with some nicer factory aluminum rims.

Currently have the 17 x 7.5 with 6 x 135 bolt pattern.

What other years (newer models) will fit?

I had assumed anything with the same size/offset and bolt specs would work, but I'm seeing they changed the center bore starting in 09. Would that mean 2009 and up will not fit?

Any help appreciated.
Any factory wheels with the 6x135 lug pattern will fit. Factory wheels aren't as wide as various aftermarket wheels available, so you could get any factory wheels that match your pattern. Definitely cheaper to buy factory wheels from a private seller rather than from a dealership. They want an arm, a leg, and two fingers for factory wheels there.
 
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So the difference in center bore size isn't an issue as long as the lug pattern matches?
 
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Originally Posted by Schieftain View Post
So the difference in center bore size isn't an issue as long as the lug pattern matches?
Now that, I am not sure of. I did sell my brother's 2011 stock wheels to someone with the 04-08 body style and never heard a word, but that doesn't mean they went on without a problem. I suppose we will need another opinion. Sorry!
 
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The center bore size shouldn't matter too much on factory wheels. Basically, any of the wheels from 2004-2015 should fit as long as it's the 6x135mm lug pattern. The only differences will be minor differences in offset. I'd check Craigslist for something like factory wheels.
 
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My cousin bought a set of factory 20's off of a 2013 XLT and put them on her 2004 XLT. They fit just fine, she even kept the stock 17's to use in the winter. She got the complete set with tires and less then 500 miles on them for $900 off of CL. The seller put a 6" lift and 35's on as soon as he drove it off the lot.

As other have stated, any factory wheel from 2004 to the new 2016's will fit, except the seven lug wheels from the heavy duty payload package. Just know you will need to use the correct TPMS sensors if you truck has them. 2007-2008 used the band style sensors that strapped inside the wheel, 2009-2014 used the valve stem mounted sensors, and I don't know what the 15-16's use.
 

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Appreciate the responses everybody.

Thanks.
 

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