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Quick fitment question: 1992 4wd wheels on a 99 2wd

rangertodd

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I just got a good deal on a set of '92 4WD Ranger aluminum wheels:
http://images.craigslist.org/3k53p63l45V15U45P1a4reeb5ed040c17154d.jpg
They need a good cleaning, but are in otherwise excellent condition. I'd like to use them on my '99 2WD Ranger as a summer replacement for the stock steel wheels. Should I have any concerns about the larger hub centers on the '92s, or about using the same lug nuts on the aluminum rims as on the steelies? I've checked the wheel guide, but haven't found any definitive answers.
Also, does anyone know where to find a decent set of center caps for these wheels?

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They will fit fine. OE wheels all use the same lug nuts. For the center caps, either a dealer ($$$) or eBay.
 

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Great. Thanks for the info.
 

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