Depends on what year Ford you're talking about. 97+ F150s have a 5 on 135mm pattern while 96- F150s had a 5 on 5.5" bolt pattern. I don't think the new Dodge uses a 5 on 5.5 pattern, and I know they don't use 5 on 135mm since Ford is the only one to use that pattern.
Originally posted by p_ferlow After some more research:
It seems our Fords have a 5 x 135mm (5x~4.5inch) pattern
Didn't I already say that?
Originally posted by p_ferlow Dodge uses a 5 x 5.5inch pattern according to some of the custom wheel places.
Actually I haven't seen the Dodge wheels close up, they look alright on the truck when you see them in traffic.
You'd have to get your rotors/drums redrilled.
It was just a thought.
5x135mm is NOT 5x4.5. they are different patterns. All Rangers, Bronco II, and Explorers ever made have 5x4.5 pattern which is different from the 5x135mm pattern. As far as the idea of drilling the rotors and drums, thats a BAAAAAD idea. If you started with blank rotors and drums it would work, but the difference between the 5x135mm and the 5x5.5 is small enough you will have oblong holes which will make for VERY weak mounting for the wheel studs, and thats even assuming that it would work at all.
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