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I need to know if these wheels in 15x10 will fit on my truck with the camburg lift.

I'm not getting it soon, just pre-planning. I don't wanna get effed cause the wheels don't fit when I do get my lift.
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Im not sure if they'll fit but why would you want a classic street wheel on a lifted (OFFROAD) truck?
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I don't think those would too good on a ranger lifted or lowered. Sorry but as it says
"Ford Magnum style wheel as used on Ford Mustang,Ranchero,Torino. Also used on Avanti and AMC products."

I don't even believe the mustang should be listed.
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I'm not asking if they would look good... I think they do and that's all that matters, what I'm asking is if the backspacing would work
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I think they'd look good , sorry I havent done enough research on super lifts to know if they'd fit. but I think it will look cool to have some american muscle lookin rims on a beefy jacked truck. my .02 cents is get 'em throw 'em on now. if they dont fit get those $35 dollar rims everyone is buying when you are actually lifted.
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I do not know if they. will fit but they look good on my mach plus they are
not cheap I think they were 400 ea
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200 each, not too bad. You got any pics of those wheels on your stang. I got a stang, but it's dead. I gotta guy that wants to buy and turn it into a drag racer.
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Yes I have pics of the stang but do not know how to post them.
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dont do it
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magnum 500s belong on a muscle car, not a ranger. sorry but its just wrong.
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magnum 500s belong on a muscle car, not a ranger. sorry but its just wrong.
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what are the specs of the lift you are planning, I'll see if I can help you find an answer to go with all these opinions.


ps- you should just to **** all them ^^^ off lol
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So your getting a camburg kit in FL with Mustang wheels.
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So your getting a camburg kit in FL with Mustang wheels.
Did I just hear bell ring...cause i think I just got schooled....

Yeah, so what... Does anyone know what kind of back spacing I will need on a 15x10 wheel with the camburg kit?!? Where's Trent when you need him.

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ps- you should just to **** all them ^^^ off lol
Hell yeah...
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Did I just hear bell ring...cause i think I just got schooled....

Yeah, so what... Does anyone know what kind of back spacing I will need on a 15x10 wheel with the camburg kit?!? Where's Trent when you need him.



Hell yeah...

what a waste.
If they are mustang wheels they should fit fine. Have fun with your truck...
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i'm not a fan of those rims, but it's not my truck. call the company and ask them if they'll fit. if they don't know, get the info on the wheels and go to a tire store. they'll tell you if they'll fit or not and they can tell you what tires and all to go with it.
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This is what they look like on my stang.
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Sorry I guess it did not work
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^^^you forgot the front bracket...
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Awesome!! Thanks!!
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looks sweet on the stang...the truck..well hope you can prove everyone wrong and pull off the wheels

well camburg doesn't say anythign about backspacing being an issue. but they are the same backspacing as the stock wheels 4-1/2" so i dont see why not.
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I wouldn't run anything wider than a 15x8 rim, anything more will compromise strength. The wider the rim, the weaker the front links.
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a 15x10 on the front? LOL good luck dude, you'll be replacing ball joints left and right with all that strain.

unless you plan on doing 15x10 in the back and 15x8 in the front, but of course then you'd look kinda weird with those big tires.

if you want to look classic, get an older ranger and put them on it, they shouldn't be put on a new ranger. why don't you have someone photoshop this for you before you spend almost $1000 and then get upset cause they "weren't what you expected"
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Thanks guys, finally someone gave some info I was looking for. I'll go with the 15x8s then. I'll post a chop request cuase I suck at it.
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camburg kit with them there wheels


why not just get some spindles cause that is all you will need
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why does everyone not want me to get the camburg kit!!!

Anyways, I want it done right the first time...

I got plans drawn out.
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