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so many questions! bolt pattern..

looking at some rims. found some cheap black cragars. 5x5.5? for some reason that sounds wrong...
but they came off a jeep. which i thought was the same as the rangers?
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tell the guy to measure them, one of those statements is wrong. Jeeps are 5x4.5
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5x4.5. 5x5.5 is newer model jeeps, not sure what years though
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yeah i figured they were 5x4.5.

Any of the older ones should be the same as a ranger though..

i know the new wranglers and whatnot are different. from like 06+ i believe.
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Also the Grand Cherokee's went to 5x5.5. Don't know what year but I had a 2003 and it was a 5x5.5
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I'm gonna be bummed if they're wrong. Because this is a sweet deal, and the guy lives only 5 minutes from me. AND i can get the tires mounted and balanced for free lol.
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well he said they're off an 84 jeep..
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It depends what model it was, some might be different.
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i did some research, and any jeep from 1984 had 5x4.5..

so maybe he's just got it wrong? idk. we'll see. waiting on the model right now.
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Some jeeps are 5x5.5 and some are 5x4.5 so he might not be wrong.
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damn looks like they're a no go.

he says they came off a bronco, damnit. even thought the add says jeep..
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