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Old 09-01-2012, 05:07 PM
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Will Mustang/Shelby wheels fit the our new Explorer?

Also what are the stock dimensions of Explorer wheels?
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Not sure on the mustang, but I'll bet the tarus will fit.
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I will measure the rims I have and get back with you. I know the bolt circle would be the same (5x114.3, 5x4.50, and 5x4 1/2 ) are all the same, but sometimes the center hub is a different diameter. Believe it or not, I have a set of new 2013 explorer sport rims I bought locally, and didnt even know what they were at first until I started looking at pics on the net.
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