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Old 08-08-2004, 01:59 PM
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95 mustang wheels on ranger

Just a quick question, will 94 and newer mustang wheels bolt up to my 93 ranger ext cab 2wd,4L? With out any problems???spacers????
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well my friend has some mustang rims on his 92 ranger w/ a 2.3L and he didnt have to put any spacers or anything, but i dont know what the year of the 'stang was, hope this helped a little if at all lol
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Old 08-09-2004, 12:31 AM
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The older car pattern was the same as the early Rangers. I don't know about recent models.
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Any 5 lug mustang wheel will work on a ranger. Depending on tire size you may or may not need spacers in the front.
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As long as you get the 5 bolt pattern, you'll be okay. The 4 bolt pattern from 79 - 93 Mustangs will not fit. 94 and up Mustangs, and 89 and up Thunderbirds will fit. Crown Vic wheels will fit.

I have seen 17" 94 Mustang wheels on an Aerostar, so you should have no problems. Mind you, they did look a bit out of place on a minivan.
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Lay a straight edge across the back of the wheels and use a tape measure to check the offset of your ranger wheels,then check the mustang wheels.as long as they are close they should work.
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