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I want to get some different and bigger and better wheels for my ranger soon. Just a quick check on ebay and there a a zillion oem wheels for sale and apperently some Jeep wheels will fit. I am open to any OEM wheel that is available from any Ford product that would fit that is 15 or 16", any body know what years would fit my 92?
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1992 Ford Ranger Danger 3.0 5spd 4X2
1993 Plymouth Sundance (Member of the Allpar 200k club)
2004 Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited V8
2013 Chevrolet Equinox LT AWD
This is about the best information I've found on this subject - I was hoping to pull the wheels off my F150 and use them as they have new tires on them... Not a chance of them fitting lol... Oh well...
I've seen Mustang wheels from a 94 GT on an Aerostar van, which uses the same bolt pattern as a Ranger. Those ones were 17" I think, but I imagine the bolt pattern stays the same until at least 04. Something else to consider, 89-whatever year they discontinued that model Thunderbird had the same bolt pattern as the 94-04 Mustangs.
Joe drives an 06 5.4 liter 3 valve, automatic 4x4 power everything Eddie Bauer Expedition. BC Chapter Member
Yep, all rangers have the same bolt pattern. 5x4.5, Many jeeps also have the same pattern or what bigrigfixer said mustang rims will fit too. But with car rims the have less back spacing then a truck rim will.
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