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Old 05-18-2007
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Lug pattern question

Is there a site or something that will tell you the lug patterns of vechiles..

ive googled but just got some misc crap nothin really tellin me what I got.

its for that axle that i got off the superduty..its 8 lugs but i need to know the mm on it..and since there so many i dunno how to measure myself..
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25.4 mm in an inch.

http://www.stagewest4x4.com/store2/s...lt-pattern.htm

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discount's website will

http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/home.do

just search for wheels by vehicle; it'll say the bolt pattern
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4 wheel parts also has a bolt pattern diagram.
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its either gonna be 8x6 or 8x6.5 if i remember correct
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speaking of which, I have a set of American Racing Outlaw II's i bought for replacement's for my Bronco. Never seen road time and only 2 of them have ever had tires mounted on them. Will they fit my FX4, i held one up to the FX4 and it didn't look like it was going to fit the lug pattern
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speaking of which, I have a set of American Racing Outlaw II's i bought for replacement's for my Bronco. Never seen road time and only 2 of them have ever had tires mounted on them. Will they fit my FX4, i held one up to the FX4 and it didn't look like it was going to fit the lug pattern
nope your ranger is 5x4.5 and the bronco is 5x5.5
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awesome, thanks. looks like i'll be making some money off them now!
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should be 8x170
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should be 8x170
That's what redranger4.0 said in yer thread Evan, along w. Chris. haha

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That's what redranger4.0 said in yer thread Evan, along w. Chris. haha

Brenton

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ordered wheels last night should be here next week..oh my i cant wait
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