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The stock ones for an YJ dont anyway... just in case you were thinkin about it. <IMG SRC="smilies/jester.gif" border="0">
 

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i belive the hub holes are a little to small on the stock wheels? am i correct

(don't own a ranger or a heep)
 

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guess i better go check this out more cause my spare is on a jeep xj rim. Guess i better hope not to get any flats then.

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I been using one off a 87 for sometime now, it don't rub. Hmmm, maybe, well it is a jeep thing.....haha.
 

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These wheels were off a 93ish heep, I dont remember the exact year and my ranger is a 98.. so its probably just something with the newer rangers... maybe the drums and calipers are a little bigger or stick out a little more than on the <98 rangers.
 

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Originally posted by Retard:
<STRONG>These wheels were off a 93ish heep, I dont remember the exact year and my ranger is a 98.. so its probably just something with the newer rangers... maybe the drums and calipers are a little bigger or stick out a little more than on the <98 rangers.</STRONG>
I put a set of stock ranger wheels with 31's on them on my buddy's stock TJ, had to take a die grinder to the lip on the inside of the hole in the wheel though cause they didn't fit over the flanges on the jeep axles.
 
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