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Ford Granada rims

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I found some 14" cragers on CL and had a question, the ad says they're from a 1977 Ford Granada and 5 x 110mm? and I know that ranger rims are 5 x 114mm so I checked the tire fitment guide in the tech and it says they should fit, so maybe they guy selling just wrote it wrong, but there's an * after it but no add on, so my question is will they fit without any major mods?

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best thing to do, is take a measuring tape with you and measure the bolt holes as it says to do in the tech section, or take one(rim) and try it on your truck.

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Same thing that I have on my 72 mustang.

They are 5 on 4.5 which is the same as the ranger
 

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It should bolt up. I believe the center hole on the Granada wheels will be bigger than a 2wd ranger though.
 

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Those are oblong bolt holes on the wheels that require a unilug type nut. They rarely ride real good.
Stay away from these.
 

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Those are oblong bolt holes on the wheels that require a unilug type nut. They rarely ride real good.
Stay away from these.
Does that require somthing like these:



or these:

 

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if the rims take those type of lugs, dont buy them, the center hole has to be right so the wheel won't wobble, I had a set of old slot mags once on a car that had the long holes and took those type of lugs and washers, rode like really bad, I could never get the wheel centered on the hub to not wobble


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all righty then, i think i pass on em if there is that big of a chance for badness
 

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