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Inexpensive 16" wheels for 94 sport

Discussion in 'Modified 1991-1994 Explorers' started by Shawn Thomas, November 3, 2019.

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  1. Shawn Thomas

    Shawn Thomas New Member

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    Hello. I have factory 15" wheels with good tires. I want to have them studded for winter use. I have another set of same tires in 16" that I want to use on preferably factory wheels for daily use. I've been searching but haven't found much on here. Thanks in advance.
     
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  3. toypaseo

    toypaseo Flunked daycare Elite Explorer

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  4. Shawn Thomas

    Shawn Thomas New Member

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    Thanks! I saw yours in the wheel thread. I have manual locking hubs. Is the center bore large enough? I didn't really want to run spacers if I don't have to. May be towing a heavy trailer occasionally. My sport is a 5spd manual hubs and transfer case
     
  5. toypaseo

    toypaseo Flunked daycare Elite Explorer

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    I am unsure if the center bore is large enough or not. I can measure it on the OEM 16's I have if you would like...
     
  6. Shawn Thomas

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    That would be awesome! Those are the wheels I was hoping to find.
     
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    toypaseo Flunked daycare Elite Explorer

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    I am out of town, but can do it when I get back. Send me a PM to remind me...
     
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  9. Shawn Thomas

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    My main concern was opening on hub of rim for fitment. Center bore. Will my manual hubs fit through center? Caps are secondary. Love the lathe...
     
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    Factory wheels wont-work with lock and lock out hubs the center holes are too small
     
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    factory 16" ....(mine are off a 2k ranger)

    yes they will fit lockouts on a dana 35 ttb and yes the plastic center caps will work after you drill a hole
    sorry dont have a pic with the combo together but i was running it last year so save some gas mileage over the 35s

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  12. Shawn Thomas

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    Cool, thanks! Now gotta find a set of wheels!
     
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    Yes they do, you can see my manual locking hub sticking out of the front tire in one of the photos. No mods to the wheel needed for that.
     
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    traveler Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    Wish you were in the Phoenix area. I've got a set of 4 of the 16" alloy wheels and even have a steel spare. Would love to sell them.
     

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