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M B
11-29-2008, 04:50 PM
Looking for winter rims, someone told me some jeeps and dodges wheels are interchangable with Ranger's 4.5 on 5 lug pattern? Is it true? If yes, what year and models?

95RangerAK
05-04-2009, 02:58 AM
i would stay away from the dodges, i have jeeps rims as my spares and i know explorers and bronco 2s are the same rims as rangers.

erslincoln
05-26-2009, 07:35 AM
I can't think of any Dodge wheels that would work on a ranger. 5x5.5 is the bolt pattern for all 1/2-ton stuff, and dakotas/durangos are 6x4.5. D50s, which are made by Mitsubishi, are 6x5.5, and 3/4-ton and 1-ton trucks are 8x6.5.

So, basically, I can't think of any Dodge stuff in the last 25 years that would work. At least truck-based stuff. 6-cylinder Dodge Avengers, Chrysler Cirrus, and Plymouth Breeze, as well as any 6-cylinder minvans made by Chrysler Corp would have bolt patterns that work, but have front-wheel-drive offsets.

So, basically, Jeep, old Dodge cars, some ford stuff that isn't full-size trucks, and 2wd Toyota pickups prior to Tacoma. That's about it.

98blownranger
05-26-2009, 08:59 AM
the mitsubishi car rims are the same,, stick to jeep mustang or explorer rims then the offset will work also

1996project_ranger
03-13-2010, 09:51 PM
i would use a jeep rim