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Old 08-19-2011, 08:10 PM   #1
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How can i tell if i have 5 on 5.5 or 5 on 4.5
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If you're asking about a pre-97 F150 it's 5x5.5 a Ranger/Explorer has 5x4.5

Measure from centre of one hole to the centre of the hole dirctly across..
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thanks it's a 96-150 4x4 thanks again
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If you're lookin into new wheels, 5x139.7 also fits.. Some wheel companies don't list imperial sizes much.
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1960-1996 F100\150 basically all use a 5 on 5 1\2 bolt pattern. 5 on 4 1\2 are a car and ranger pattern.
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thanks for your replies .Looking at Mickey Thompson classic 2 with bead lock
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I've heard bead lock is rough on the road sometimes, do much off roading?

What I mean is that the bead lock puts more weight on one side of the rim. Making it a balancing nightmare, basically. You might end up eating through tires, unless it's almost primarily an off-road rig.

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The m/t 2 ain't a real bead lock. Just look it. So no worried about road use
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Those are a nice looking wheel, I've been lookin at the classic II in black
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It posted that twice, sorry

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