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5 spoke ranger wheels on a 98-00 4x4

Is the center bore on the 5 spokes big enough to clear the PVH / Manual locking hubs on a 98-00? I just want to make sure but I've been told they're not big enough.
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I do not believe so. EricRanger had a set on his 2000 with manual hubs and he bored out the hole bigger so they would fit.
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From what I remember it was pretty simple to do and didn't look that bad.
However, it would hurt any plans of selling them if you ever wanted to because the Ford cap won't fit anymore.

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any clue how he did it? if i get them i'll be trading so i really can't have the truck off the ground for long lol
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redneck way? dremel.

proper balanced and professional way? have someone w/a lathe machine the hole.
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any clue how he did it? if i get them i'll be trading so i really can't have the truck off the ground for long lol
I believe he used a drill with a hole saw. Only took a few minutes.
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