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cmasonrun

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Will wheels from a 2003 ranger 2X4 fit my 94 explorer 4x4?
This is an exact quote from the ad:

"FITS THE 2X4 RANGER, 5 ON 4.5 BOLT CIRCLE, INCLUDES COOPER 225/70/15 SNOWS WITH 75% RUBBER. WHEELS ARE PERFECT WITH NO DAMAGE OR RUST"
 
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fixxxer

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It should fit but only if the rims have the cutout for the 4x4 hub spindle there, the bolt pattern is fine and the 225/70/15 tires are the OEM size, 235/75/15 is also OEM but an option
 
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Mickelsons

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Didn't Rangers switch to a metric bolt pattern?
 
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fixxxer

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I think when they went to the 16" rim they did go metric but if the bolt pattern on the rims are 5 on a 4.5" center then that should fit. It's the same as the B2 rims or most Jeep Wrangler/Cherokee rims. I have B2 rims on my 93 Ex right now.
 
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cmasonrun

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the man selling the tires measured the hole in the center and said it is a "tight 2 7/8 in." think that would fit?
 
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