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15x7 Alcoas hubcentric?

Were the 15x7 Alcoas that came from the factory on 2003-2007 Rangers, hubcentric?
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Probably not since hubs vary in size between makes most aftermarket wheels are lug centric.
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That's what I was afraid of. I found a couple of dark gray Alcoas and the center bore looks very close to the size of a 70.5 mm hub, which made me think they may have been hubcentric to whatever they originally came on, but I don't know what that was. Thanks.
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if you can found a reference to the size of the lug bore you can get a set of lugs with that size seat on them and you should be good to go. My torque thrust wheels use a 60 degree seat so i just picked up a set so far so good. Just have to remember to seat them when you tighten them up.
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Rangers are lug centric. As long as it will clear the hubs you'll be fine.
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Depends what wheel you had my factory steel wheels were hub centric. Some of the nicer ones were lug centric but as long as you have the right lugs and it clears the hub like said above they should be fine.
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I've never seen a Ranger wheel that wasn't lug centric
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My stock 16" aluminum ones are lug centric
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Thanks everyone.
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Could be wrong but those cheap factory rims sure did seem to be hub centric. Oh well never paid that much attention and there long gone now.
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Those cheap factory Alcoas now sell used for $125 to $235 each plus shipping, depending on finish and condition, if you can find them.
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