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what rim is this?

what type of rim is this?
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and can the red center cap come off?
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look like alcoas to me
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nevermind looked again and not alcoas
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American racing outlaws i think
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Looks more like factory wheels off a late 80's early 90's Ranger or BII
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okay, can that red center come out?
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The whole centre cap will come off, I don't know if just the red part will or not!
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okay, that rim is going to be my new spare, got it for free and im getting it this weekend
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87-96 F150 had the same style rims. I had those exact style rims on my 91 F150 factory
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i got beat to it, but they do look like the stocker for either the f-150 or the ranger.
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its a stock bronco II rim also
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You can get that same wheel stock on alot of the older rangers/F150's and stuff.. or if you want something particular i believe as mentioned earlier they are American Racing Outlaw II's or something
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87-96 F150 had the same style rims. I had those exact style rims on my 91 F150 factory
had the same thing on my 92 F150
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Will it fit...I have those wheels on one of my trucks and it's only a 14"er....won't clear the caliper.
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