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Harley Davidson Rims....

Discussion in 'Tires & Wheels' started by Boss X, December 23, 2004.

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  1. Boss X

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    Its been a while since I've online (been ill) but I'm back and I got a new set of wheels, a 2002 Explorer Sport Trac, anyhoo can anyone tell me if the Harley Rims (18" or 20") will fit my Sport Trac without any problems. I don't have the time or the physical capability of doing mod's anymore because of my illness. I'd love to get a set of these.
    I'm also in process of having a modified Harley paint theme done. It should look sharp when finished. Happy Holidays to all.

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  3. mf94_4x4

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    I bet those rims would look great, but im pretty sure that the lug pattern although 5 lug, is differnt for F-Series Trucks, i belive its a little bigger than that on Explorers and Rangers..and all and all it wouldnt bolt up. I bet you could get some 5 lug Mustang wheels, which have the same bolt pattern as Explorers. Cobra R's or something in chrome 17 or 18 inches, would look reaaaal sharp with a harley paint scheme. Plus when u go as big as 20 you gotta worry about brakes upgrades, those rims are reaaaly heavy which creates more rolling weight and makes them harder to stop with stock brakes wich means u wear them out real quick, and they ride hard too. Just some thoughts....
     
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    Nope they won't fit, the bolt pattern is different.
     
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    yeah thought so..
     
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    I was afraid so. Thanks
     
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