The third and fourth links are for wheels that won't fit the Ranger bolt circle, so they are out.
The wheels in your first two links have -27mm offset (stock is +12). This will push the centerline of the wheel/tire out by 39mm or about 1.5".
Since the rim is one inch wider than the factory Ranger rim, the outer lip of the aftermarket wheel will be about 2" farther out than a factory Ranger wheel and the inner rim will be about 1" farther out.
The backspacing on these aftermarket wheels is about 3.5" compared to factory Ranger 4.5", meaning that you should have less interference possibility on the spindle side of the aftermarket wheel, all else being equal
. You will have to determine if this backspacing is adequate for the Fabtech spindles when using a 15" wheel.
is measured from the innermost wheel lip to the mounting surface (Reference measurement #5 below):
is distance from the centerline of the wheel to the mounting surface (Reference measurement #7 below).
means that the wheel's mounting surface is closer to the inner rim of the wheel. Positive offset
means it is closer to the outer rim of the wheel. The diagram below shows positive offset:
Backspacing on a factory Ranger wheel is about 4.5":
More info here: