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Old 04-27-2013, 02:44 PM   #1
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2013 GT Rims

Can they fit a 2004 Ford Ranger or Chevy Colorado? I'm planning on buying one, thanks
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Gonna bet not the Chevy as I think they use a different pattern. The ranger should still be the same as the mustang for lug pattern.
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Gonna bet not the Chevy as I think they use a different pattern. The ranger should still be the same as the mustang for lug pattern.
Maybe this is not the best forum to talk about this, but I want a gas saving pick up, was thinking the ranger 4cy be he best or the 3.7 f150, ill be buying used, I need a dd that I can put construction materials on
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Haha I have no idea what to tell you. I've owned two trucks in my life and never much cared for trucks to really research them. A 1996 Ford F-150 that got 11MPG and my current 2007 Tundra with the 5.7 V8 that gets 14.7MPG.

I've also never driven a truck with anything other than a V8 in it.
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They other day I saw an expedition with the shelby razor wheels on it lol. So it could be possible. Not sure if it will work though.
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They other day I saw an expedition with the shelby razor wheels on it lol. So it could be possible. Not sure if it will work though.
I think ford uses the same bolt pattern on all their cars? 5 lug by 114mm or whatever it is.
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I think ford uses the same bolt pattern on all their cars? 5 lug by 114mm or whatever it is.
Makes sense. Why would they change it on every car or truck
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Thanks guys, most likely I'm going to buy a ranger, need a more ecofriendly vehicle for traffic, but that is more useful then a civic...will look into the f150 ecoboost aswell
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People give me crap all the time for having the truck but i swear even though I am not a truck guy I love having a truck. I used it just recently to take all my rims to get refinished. They all fit in the back easy. I never would have gotten them there in the stang.

Also buying furniture, TVs, whatever else you can think of is always cake.
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People give me crap all the time for having the truck but i swear even though I am not a truck guy I love having a truck. I used it just recently to take all my rims to get refinished. They all fit in the back easy. I never would have gotten them there in the stang.

Also buying furniture, TVs, whatever else you can think of is always cake.
Thats why, the anger can take my jetski and 4 wheeler, well I hope it can lmfao
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Chev, no, they've never used the 5X114.3 bolt circle. The Ranger has, since day one though. Ford has used several 5 bolt patterns over the years, so has Chevy and Mopar.
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