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Old 05-08-2003, 04:35 PM
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Ranger Lug Pattern?

I have a Ranger and I was wondering if 17in Giovanna Rims would fit my car? There 5x100. thanks alot
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The ranger uses a 5x114.2mm, or otherwise 5x4.5", so I don't think it would.

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thanks for the reply, but does anyone know for sure?
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Ranger Lug Pattern?

Three things determine wheel fitment on a vehicle.
1. number of lugs
2. diameter of bolt circle
3. offset/backspacing

If either #1 or #2 are not a match, the wheels do not fit.
If #3 is not a match, there is sometimes room for compromise.
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They will absolutely, positively, will not fit. Unless of course you use an adaptor then maybe they will fit.


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Rangers are 5X4.5", so they won't fit.
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Let me put it this way. The S-10 uses 5x115, an almost EXACT match to the ranger, just .7mm difference. If you try to use those rims, THEY WILL COME OFF! So to try and use some thing that is 15mm different would be STUPID, let alone trying to get them on would be a feat in itself!

Trust me, THEY WILL NOT WORK!

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