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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 02-07-2010, 01:48 PM Thread Starter
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Re: Vehicles with the same bolt Pattern. (Updated)

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looks great bro can i add a lil side note just for ppl that dont know. one you should not use a fwd wheel on a rear wheel drive car. two the offset on the rims is important if you get an offset that is to far off it will lead to premature wheel bearing failure. last but not least three some wheels will need spacers to fit on the ranger based rides.

thank you for this right up i love chevys two but why cant they all have the same bolt pattern
Yea, I will add that up there. I want to add the offset sometime.


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Re: Vehicles with the same bolt Pattern. (Updated)

Offset would be amazing to add! Especially if someone is wanting to go wider like me!!!


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Fo sho, I will add.


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Re: Vehicles with the same bolt Pattern. (Updated)

good info but the metric wheels dont quit fit right on the 5 on 4 1/2 bolt pattern if i remember right i think i have tryed this before and the hole's had to be sloted to work i could be wrong.


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Re: Vehicles with the same bolt Pattern. (Updated)

Good it, type in 4.5 inches to mm. So they are the same size.
4.5 inches = 114.3 millimeters


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ok i agree but but


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Re: Vehicles with the same bolt Pattern. (Updated)

a 97 jeep yj steel wheels have the same bolt pattern has the ranger
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yup they do


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You must have taken a super long time to get that list compiled. So just a shout out to you mate to say thanks for taking the time and effort to get it all together. I'm going to let the rest of my car financing team know about this resource so we can advise our customers if they happen to ask! Cheers!
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