What wheel is this?


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I found the wheel!!!!
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Naw, his has 6 holeys, that wheel has 10 holeys
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How come the TRS stock wheel chart doesn't show every cheap-a$$ aftermarket wheel that doesn't fit a Ranger without spacers? You gotta step up your game.
 

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How come the TRS stock wheel chart doesn't show every cheap-a$$ aftermarket wheel that doesn't fit a Ranger without spacers? You gotta step up your game.
Yeah !!!
And I want a chart that lists all the different nuts/bolts/screws that were available on Rangers, both SAE and Metric. Also their positions on the truck, and what they were used for.
Also any that were left handed thread and whether or not a special left handed screw driver was supplied or needed.
And, while your at it, how about a list of all the tire manufacturers and the different tires they make that fit all the years of Rangers. You could list these with the wheel chart that 8thTon requested.
And, don't forget to list the optional wheel sizes that are available and the tire sizes that fit them.
Common you staff members, lets get with the program now !!!
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As I said in post #2, I can't tell you what you have, but I can tell you what you don't have is 93 wheels.
This is what you'd need for those, these are the 93-94 ten hole ones, I think 95-96(or possibly the 91-92) were identical (less the ten holes). Some call them deer feet, deer hooves, or some such.
I wasn't sure they were original when purchased in 2006, studied into it, and found then they were the original.
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To the OP, that is an aftermarket wheel. Even on the tech page, if it was completely kept up to date by people who invest their personal time voluntarily and for free for everyone else to use, it would not list those wheels. There are just too many manufacturers, models, and options with spacers and mounting options to possibly list them all. Even with as knowledgeable as many of the regular members here are, some being or having been Ford Technicians, could possibly know all of those configurations.

If someone logs in that has had personal experience with those wheels, they will help you as best they can but again. Everyone here is a volunteer offering up their own personal time, knowledge, and effort. I hope you get the answer you are looking for but please keep in mind that even a dedicated forum is going to have all the answers and this happens to be the best one out there as far as content and information from what I've seen but it's run by imperfect humans, so it is going to be imperfect.
 

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wow.... on the wheel , it looks like a american racing version of the cragar soft 8. not sure what a/r called them, not even sure if theyre made anymore.
 

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Obviously aftermarket. I stated this. 5x4.5 is in fact a super common lug pattern but the center bore is not. That’s why I asked if anyone had knowledge of these specific wheels. If not oh well. Gettin pretty tired of the retarded answers thinking I am asking for something that is near impossible to tell. Rangers wheels aren’t a very interchangeable with other model cars as some here replying make it seem. For those who actually realize this and have put forth advice and effort, thank you.
 

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Obviously aftermarket. I stated this. 5x4.5 is in fact a super common lug pattern but the center bore is not. That’s why I asked if anyone had knowledge of these specific wheels. If not oh well. Gettin pretty tired of the retarded answers thinking I am asking for something that is near impossible to tell. Rangers wheels aren’t a very interchangeable with other model cars as some here replying make it seem. For those who actually realize this and have put forth advice and effort, thank you.
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A little bitchin and complaining is par for this forum. But once you directly insult a moderator you've lost all my respect so this thread is a joke to me as is the OP.

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A little bitchin and complaining is par for this forum. But once you directly insult a moderator you've lost all my respect so this thread is a joke to me as is the OP.

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X2,,,I didn't notice the insult toward the mod. until I re-read post # 12.
WOW...
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