My son has a 87 F250 6.9 that's he's been working on. He recently bought some aluminum bullet holes (16x8) that were mounted on a 95 F-250. Lug nuts weren't part of the deal, so he was going to use his old ones. I just want to verify that his are the correct type. The wheels are tapered at the bottom, so I'm assuming his will work. I'll link a couple pictures. He went ahead and mounted one, and the inside of the wheel slightly rubs the tie rod boot. So I guess backspacing is different between the years, which we weren't aware of unfortunately. Would spacers be an unwise choice, or should he buy different wheels? If new wheels, what the heck is the correct backspacing? These wheels are 16x8 with 315 75's mounted on them. The previous owner had some 20x10 wheels on the truck, with 12.50 wide tires that rub at full turn. That's one reason my son wanted to make a change, but now not sure what direction to go. I'm an old Toyota Land Cruiser guy, so we are learning the F250 together.