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Old 06-29-2014
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Will these wheels fit?

I'm looking to powder coat the wheels on my ranger but I need some placeholders that it can sit on until the wheels are done. Any idea if a 96 f-150 has the same bolt pattern so the ranger would have something to sit on for a few days?
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No, full size are 5x5.5, Rangers are 5x4.5
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Hmmm well that's a problem. Not sure how I'm going to do this then. Thanks for the info though.
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ok so im gonna take of the wheels and leave the ranger on cinder blocks until the wheels are done getting powdercoated....dumb question, is there anywhere specific i need to place the blocks under the truck?
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I would recommend using jackstands and placing them under the front jack points on each lower control arm.

The rear I would just place them under the axle tube
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I would recommend using jackstands and placing them under the front jack points on each lower control arm.

The rear I would just place them under the axle tube
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if you're going to use cinder blocks you may as well just let it sit on the ground lol

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Same for the back? I'm gonna try and do all 4 at the same time but there's a 3 to 4 day turn around time. Wasn't sure if letting it sit on jack stands that long would be an issue.
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Won't be an issue
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