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would a wheel off a suzuki w/ a 5.5 bolt pattern fit on my Ranger properly?

Im looking to buy some used wheels from this guy and he has some on his suzuki, they are 10" x 15" on a 5.5 bolt pattern, will those fit properly on my ranger? also i have to dismount the tires from the wheels. i would call the tire store to price that but on sunday they are closed. How much does that cost roughly?
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That's an older Jeep and Ford pattern primarily. My F-150 axle uses a 5 on 5.5 pattern. Rangers are 5 on 4.5.
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Rangers are 5 on 4.5, as are newer jeeps I think. 5 on 5.5 is older jeeps and F-150s. You can get wheel adapters, but I wouldn't recommend them.
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Ha! Beat you, Kyle, lol...
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my fullsize chevy is 5x5.5 88-98 are all the same truck
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the older cjs had a 5 on 5 bolt pattern the xj, tj, and the zj came with the 5 on 4.5 bolt pattern and the jk I think changed bolt patterns.
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CJ's were 5 on 5.5 I do believe. Could be wrong but that's what I remember. Ford did some 5 on 5 as well, so that may be the "common" pattern I'm remembering from the older CJ's.
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my fullsize chevy is 5x5.5 88-98 are all the same truck
It's Actually 5x5 Same as my impala. Chevy large 5 bolt pattern (2WD trucks vans SUV's up til 99 and full size cars like Cadillac Fleetwood and all B-bodies from 91-96) is 5" and the small bolt pattern is 4.75" (Camaro's S10's, non police package caprices/impala's 1990 on down)

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my fullsize chevy is 5x5.5 88-98 are all the same truck
5 on 5. Same for all 2wd 1.2 ton chev's from '71-98.


JK's and the new Grand Cherokees are also 5 on 5.
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