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Milano Rims

Theres in ad in the local paper ffrom a guy selling 4 milano 18" rims for 200 with new tires , i called him up and he sounds like a young guy, i asked him about them like the bolt pattern and such and he didnt know much about them all he told me is that they fit on a mustang, what else can i do short of going and actually putting them on my car? is saying they fit on a mustang good enough? I even asked him the model number so i could looke it up online but he didnt know it? HeLP
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In some instances, they'll work.. but sometimes the stang wheel hub center will be too small for the rangers.
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well heres what i found out by doing some research, while on the phone the guy mentioned they were on his acura legen but that they would fit on a mustang, i went online anda looked up the wheel dimensions for a legend and it said the offset for that is like between 35-45 and that for a ranger its 0-20? so this wont work out for me correct??
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usually front wheel drive rims on a 4x4 dont work due to the offset....if it fits on a mustang im not sure, ide definately get more info....the bolt pattern on the ranger is 5x4.5
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yea I'm thinking milano is FWD :( but those would look good if it would work
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i dont think he's talkin about the Mercury Milan.. but if these rims were on a FWD car, like said above- i think with the backspacing, offset, and such, it would look odd on a RWD application

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Well what would they look like betweens rwd and fwd? they would stick out too far or something ? ive never in my life bought rims b4 so i really dont knw the difference
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i think they'd stick in too far
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oh didnt know that, so, whats the max offset our trucks can handle
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