I have 2003 ford ranger rims. What year range will these fit from 2003 to ?

Asked by Jun 12, 2013 at 10:44 PM about the 2003 Ford Ranger

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Haven't really tried, sure they'll fit the 1997 (think is when they went to ifs from I-beam) to 2011, might fit older models as well. Think only things that have really changed on the ranger since like 1982/3 to present has been sheet metal, front suspension (from i-beam to independent), and fuel/air intake (carb to injection). All else should be similar (rims, seats, bumpers, suspension parts for similar...). If you can't get an answer here, a dealer or tire/rim shop should be able to help.

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All the Ford rangers had a 5 on 4.5 bolt pattern so they will fit all the up to it's demise in 2013. The Ford ranger is no longer produced in the united states, only abroad, If you are trying to sell them, if they are the aluminum slotted type in 15". I might be interested if you have a full set and the price is right. Kenny/ MrBlueOval

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typo correction ( all the way up to 2013) The pic is the Ranger aluminum wheels that I'm looking for. 15" x 7" with center cap. no scrapes or gouges or heavy pitting.


I'm looking for newer rims for a 1994 model. Factory steel now, one step up from spare steel. Would like aluminum, but will go for steel with less rust.

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