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post #1 of 8 Old 02-05-2014, 08:50 PM Thread Starter
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Stock wheels that fit 5 on 4.5 Jeeps

This link has compiled a list of wheels that fit Ford Rangers. So I think they'd also fit Jeeps that use 5 on 4.5 bolt pattern.

For list see link below. In addition to wheels on list fitting Rangers and Jeeps, Ranger/Explorer wheels also fit Jeeps.

http://www.aprevost.com/ranger/compatibility_rims.html


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post #2 of 8 Old 02-05-2014, 09:11 PM
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Cool link to find wheels that are oem to another but look better on a jeep. I know it took a lot of time and whatnot to get all the info, But other than the cross numbers the guy is a crack head!

'Those that are larger, you will have to decide whether or not to take a chance on letting your lug nuts carry the full impact of centering the rim'.

That part was toward the end, No wonder why.
Most if not all aftermarket wheels on jeeps and almost everything else for that matter, Ride of the lug studs. That's why they have big and small, 5, 6 and 8. OEM jeep wheels come close, But are not as true of a hub centric wheel.

I have never in the hundreds of thousands of miles have I ever had a problem! Im might even be over a million miles by now and all of my jeeps got the most of their miles with aftermarket wheels and larger tires.

To each their own, Good info non the less on wheels. Just BS about 'taking a chance'.

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BTW - The page at the link says 15 x 7 and 16 x 7 Ranger/Explorer wheels are 4.5" offset. Obviously that's a typo. They are 4.5" BS.

Except for the Alcoa Ford Ranger 16 x 7 wheels, which are 4" BS.

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I'm thinking that Ranger/Explorer wheels that are 16 x 7 with 4.5" BS might be dandy on my XJ with 245/75R16C tires.

Those wheels should be easy to get. Probably affordable too.

I think they'd even be hubcentric on my XJ, though I'm not sure about that.

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post #5 of 8 Old 02-06-2014, 04:47 AM
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I submit that with only a radial difference of 0.35 mm, 5x115 also fits (it's only a size increase of 0.006%; just say that out loud--six thousandths of a percent). Many people interchange 5x114.3 (5x4.5) and 5x115 with no problems including many Jeep guys who use Dodge Charger/Challenger/Magnum wheels. I've seen people race using wheels of such a size substitution without any negative consequences; if they can handle the stresses of racing, they're fine.

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Oh ya, that list doesn't include all the stock Jeep 5 on 4.5 wheels.

The stock Jeep 5 on 4.5 wheels have been listed in other threads.

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Some years of 2wd Toyota trucks have the same bolt pattern as well.

Just my opinion, yours will differ.
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Some years of 2wd Toyota trucks have the same bolt pattern as well.
Does same bolt pattern mean they'd fit? Is there more to it than that?

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