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16" Ranger steelies....?

Thinking about a set of winter wheels for my 03.........

Don't recall seeing any.....

Looking for something to mount the stock size tires.....on a 16 x 7 with the same offsett as the alloy 16 x 7's...

Any input is appreciated.....
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Thinking about a set of winter wheels for my 03.........

Don't recall seeing any.....

Looking for something to mount the stock size tires.....on a 16 x 7 with the same offsett as the alloy 16 x 7's...

Any input is appreciated.....
You can get them off spare tires at the junkyard or buy new ones at Jeg's or Summit or eBay.
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