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Icon4 f150 bolt pattern same as ranger??

Some dude on craigslist has some outlaws for sale said there off an f150? I just wanna know if they'll fit. Thanks
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Not without spacers. Rangers are 5x4.5 and f150's are 5x5.5.
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Awesome thanks! Would you recommend not using spacers.? Is it ok to, or are there cons to them?
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they put stress on front hubs and your turning circle is larger. Better stance and the rear will be more stable. but remember they are not as strong as the stock bolt pattern. suggest finding the 5x4.5 wheels made for your bolt pattern
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Cool thanks guys! I thought it might.. Owell the search continues
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Just SAS with fullsize axles. Forget spacers.
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Sas ?? I'm going to assume a swap
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It's a bit of a swap...
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Sounds ike a lot of time and money to me, is it worth it?
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It is to the right person
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Is there a thread on it? I'll search though.
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Ok so sas is a solid axle swap correct? What axle would one looking to swap use?? Dana 44 and 60 or are there better options?
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Search man, the most logical for sizes is a d44. The widths are similar to stock. If you want wide, go with something outta an f250. Steal both front and rear and ratios, bolt patterns and widths will all be the same.

Check out the SAS section, there has been a couple members that have done the swap.
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thanks i'll be on the search im still getting use to the new site> its a bad excuse but eh it true. im just going with a rim that fits for now. when i retire it to OFV i'll swap all sus. SAS one day will happan thinking 4 link too
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