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Need help identifying these wheels, and will they work on my truck?

Just wondering what kind of wheels these are. I was told that they came off a ranger, and they look like they would fit. They are listed as 15x7's. My main question is the backspacing, do they look like they would work? My truck is a 1995 ranger extended cab 2wd

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You'll have to measure the back spacing. If they came off of a ranger and were ordered for a ranger yes they will fit your ranger. The center cap is an Ultra wheel cap FWIW.

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EDIT...upon further inspection dont look the same as the eagle 087s
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Okay, I was just informed that they are pacer wheels. Which I'm not really familiar with. I looked the wheels up and it looks like they are -9 offset, and 3.63 backspacing.

What's a decent price for a set of these wheels, I can't imagine it's a lot.
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look to be 16x7 or 16x8 with around 4.5 or 4 back spacing
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Sorry I forgot to put that in the original post, they are 15x7's
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ya prob 4" bs at most
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