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Anyone recognize these wheels?

Dlillie87

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This may be a long shot. I want to put these on my ranger after the axle swaps, but only if I can find the center pieces. I tried googling the number on the back but didn't have any luck
67442

67443

67444

67445

67446
 


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reminds me of a cragar wheel from the late 70’s/early 80’s.
 

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You could possibly use stock ranger center caps that snap on to the factory lug nuts, not sure of all the years but I had a ‘97 ranger with that style of center caps.
Or if theres a push-though size cap that will work do that and use chrome lugnuts, mcguard makes some good one that will go through salty winters and not rust.
 

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You could possibly use stock ranger center caps that snap on to the factory lug nuts, not sure of all the years but I had a ‘97 ranger with that style of center caps.
Or if theres a push-though size cap that will work do that and use chrome lugnuts, mcguard makes some good one that will go through salty winters and not rust.
These are 5x5.5 off my f150. I'll look around and see if I can find something that will work. I may just use these as is until I can get a set of new steels. I just like the look of these and already had them. I'd honestly roll with them permanently if I wasn't putting around 6-8k into my truck lol
 

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They kind of remind me of a Jeep wheel where the little holes were black dots.
 

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If they were a factory wheel at least for Ford (and I would think Jeep too) they would say Ford or Jeep somewhere on the back side.
 

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If these wheels came off an F150 they will not fit a Ranger without using adapters.
 

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Comanche/Cherokee wheels had 10 holes, that one has 8. Im pretty sure thats not a factory ford wheel...unless its a super oddball ive never seen one that i recall.
 

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