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2014 Explorer stock rim specs?

Discussion in 'Tires & Wheels' started by Frank1669, January 11, 2018.

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    1. Frank1669

      Frank1669 New Member

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      I got a friend who is willing to give me a good deal on some snow tires and rims- they are of a 2014 Explorer all he knows is they are 17" wheels. My question is what is the backspacing and bolt pattern? or more easily do the bolt onto a 93 Explorer. Thanks
       
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      Short answer: They won't fit - 63.4mm centerbore versus 70.6mm needed.

      2nd issue: offset is 44mm on '14 versus 30mm on '93.

      Solution: Long studs on hubs & 15mm spacer with 70.6mm centerbore on hub side/63.4mm centerbore wheel side.

      Doesn't work real good if you want to go back to OEM wheels for summer.
       

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