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Old 07-25-2006, 04:38   #1 (permalink)
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Hi i'll go ahead and introduce myself and then present my problem, My name is Jay but on here i go by Casper....the friendly ghost

Ok, My rim bolt pattern is 5X5.5 and i wanted to know if there were any Mustang rims that would fit, and if so....if i could be guided to a safe place to browse. ALSO, ground effects...i highly doubt it but even if only a front and rear valance and step-side i'd be happy, if i can't make it a street truck i'll just say the hell with it and keep it offroad worthy. Any help is greatly appreciated.

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Re: 1987 F150 V6 Rim problem

don't think Stang wheels will fit; haven't seen a 5x5.5
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you can search for 5x5.5 here though for other makes...
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Thanx man it was kind of a bummer cuz i wanted my f250 to be as clean looking as possible
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Re: 1987 F150 V6 Rim problem

Unfortunately, yes, Stang rims are 5x4.5 bolt pattern. 5x5.5 though? ive seen 5x5 but not that. how are you measuring it?
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Hi i'll go ahead and introduce myself and then present my problem, My name is Jay but on here i go by Casper....the friendly ghost

Ok, My rim bolt pattern is 5X5.5 and i wanted to know if there were any Mustang rims that would fit, and if so....if i could be guided to a safe place to browse. ALSO, ground effects...i highly doubt it but even if only a front and rear valance and step-side i'd be happy, if i can't make it a street truck i'll just say the hell with it and keep it offroad worthy. Any help is greatly appreciated.

Thanx guys/gals

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I think you will need to be very careful about the loading on wheels , f150 has about 900 kg per wheel and similar rating for tyres , you need to do some homework .
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