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Old 11-18-2011, 21:58   #1 (permalink)
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Rim compatibility 2000 Explorer

Like the title says, I need a set of winter rims for my 2000 Explorer and I can`t find a 2000 model to salvage from. It has 15" rims now, and would like to stay with 15"-16" rims. Are 90`s model Explorers/Rangers compatible? Offsets? I would like steel rims cause I like the look, weird huh?lol. Any help is appreciated.
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Ok, thanks
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Re: Rim compatibility 2000 Explorer

Any 15" or larger Ford 5-lug rear wheel drive rims will fit with the exeption of full-sized trucks, vans and SUVs. I'm running steels off a Crown Vic on mine.

Also most small 5bolt pattern rims from rear wheel drive Chrysler, Jeep and even quit a few Japanese trucks will fit as well (back spacing does differ tho) Fords have smaller hubs, so Ford rims normally dont fit on them.
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