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Old 10-29-2010, 11:34 AM
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will Jeep wheels fit on a F-150?

I found a deal on a set of 35x12.5x15 wheels and tires. Does anyone know if jeep 5 lug wheels will fit on a ford 5 lug? Thanks!
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The early Jeeps use the same bolt pattern but the wheel offset is often all wrong for our trucks. You want a maximum of 4" backspacing for our trucks, that equates to 0 offset on an 8" wheel and -2" offset on a 10" wheel.
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yeah i have a set of older jeep wheels on my truck now. just make sure they measure out to be 5x5.5" and youre set
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like others have said, they have to be older. the bolt pattern for our trucks is 5x5.5, while the "newer" jeep wheels if you will are 5x4.5.... i believe the 5 lug dodge wheels fit our too...
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up to and including 86 jeep wheels fit(5 on 5.5 bolt pattern)
87 and newer jeep wheels are ranger pattern(5 on 4.5)
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87-96 are 5 on 4.5 as well (I have a YJ)

From what I have heard if its a NEW jeep as in the JK model, those are 5 on 5.5 as well.... but don't quote me on that.
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87-96 are 5 on 4.5 as well (I have a YJ)

From what I have heard if its a NEW jeep as in the JK model, those are 5 on 5.5 as well.... but don't quote me on that.
You are correct. Most of the new Jeeps are 5x5.5"
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You are correct. Most of the new Jeeps are 5x5.5"
same as dakota's and rams FWIW.
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also not that you can get adapters for damn near anything..
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also not that you can get adapters for damn near anything..
But they are expensive as hell and you will still have to worry about the small center hole NOT fitting over the F150 front hub
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Thanks for the info. They were off a 2002 Jeep so they wouldn't fit. At least it saved me a 3 hour drive to check them out.
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