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What bolt pattern and backspace?

I have a 2001 single cab, 2wd ranger. What is the bolt pattern and backspace needed to fit a 31x10.5x15? Will these fit? L.I. Stangs • View topic - offroad rims and tires for a jeep
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they will fit with stock but not look right, a little bit of lift will set them off though
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hey dude... your bolt pattern is 5 x 4.5. yes those wheels have the correct backspacing. what you need to find out is what kinda of jeep they came off of. some jeeps are like your ranger 5 x 4.5 and some are 5 x 5.5.... the wheels are the usual run of the mill im upgrading to a bigger tire steel rim.... hell, i have them on mine with 31's...

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yeah theyll fit (bolt pattern wise) but im not sure if they'll fit a 2wd. i believe they have a 4" backspacing
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3.75" backspacing actually... atleast mine are. sorry didnt read the add fully, yes that bolt spacing will fit.
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you need 8x6.5 pattern, with 4"bs
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Soo which one is it?
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Yes it is the correct bolt Pattern. Im not sure how big of a tire a stock 2wd will hold.. You may need a body lift or something..
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A couple guys run 31x10.5 on coil sprung trucks with no lift but its pretty close. You might have to do some slight trimming but its possible.
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