The bolt pattern is 5 by 5.5
the bolt pattern for 1976 f150 with the eplorer package is 5x5.5
Standard, 5 X 5.3" or metric, 5 X 135
Bolt Patterns are different ; 1992 Ford Ranger = Bolt Pattern: 5-114 1996 F150 = Bolt Pattern: 5-139
Bolt pattern on a 2003 cadillac deville
Bolt pattern, 1999-2003: - 5x115mm Bolt Pattern, 1985-1998: - 5x100mm
No, the Explorer is 5x4.5 bolt pattern and the F-150 is 5x5.5 bolt pattern.
The only vehicles that used this pattern were 97-03 F150.
the bolt pattern is 8 on 6.5"
Check the bolt pattern first...Ford had some pattern changes in between those years. If it a 6 bolt rim to a 6 bolt hub then yes.
No, the bolt 219 W is not the correct size bolt for the 1989 Ford F150. The bolt pattern for that make/model of vehicle is 5.5 x 5 lug. The F150 is one of the larger trucks that Ford manufactures.
no, half inch difference in bolt pattern
5 ON 5.5 OR 5 ON 139 mm
120x5 which is the standard bolt pattern for BMW
Yes, there are bolts on a 2003 Outback and they are in a pattern.
yes the bolt pattern is the same
no different bolt pattern
F150s had a 5/135 stud pattern ( 5 lug, 135mm pcd ) from 1997 to 2003, with 12mm diam studs. F150 XLs were 7/150 with 14mm studs.
The same as a 2003 subaru legacy
As long as the years match. for example 1997-2000, F-150 and expeditions are both the same. Bolt Pattern.
Ford F150 97 - 04 porsches *Porsche 944 82-91
the 1500 has a five bolt pattern. most of the 2500's have a 6 bolt pattern
The bolt pattern on a Ford Bronco or 1/2 truck (F150) is 5 on 5.5 (5/5.5).
the bolt pattern is 5x4.75 and the extremes ran 16x8 rims
No, the bolt pattern for the 03 and 03.5 MSP is 5x4.5 or 5x114.3
You will need to specify the bolt pattern you are asking about. Knowing why you want this information would be helpful.
no they won't the bullet wheels are 5 lug 4 1/2 bolt pattern and the f-150 is 5 lug 5 1/2 bolt pattern
f150 can a4 wheel drive wheel fit on a 2 wheel drive f150 both 6 bolt pattern
Im not sure it all depends on the bolt pattern. The bolt pattern depends on what axle the truck has and stuff like that. I doubt the bolt pattern is the same.
Check owner's manual. If you don't have one copy and paste link below; www.fleet.ford.com/maintenance/owners_manuals
Lug nut patterns are in a "star" ☆ pattern on almost all vehicles. Figure 180 degrees opposite the one you just tightened
Make a star when you tighten them.
how do i find the neutral, or clutch switch on a 2003 ford F150?
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from 89 through 1996 the rims have the same bolt circle and from 1997-2003 and 2004-2011. However, if the tires are larger than stock on the 4x4 you will probly have clearance issues on the 2x4.
Yes, they have the same lug pattern.
no the bolt pattern is different and the bronco wheels would fit an f150 tho
2003 hyundai is 4 x 114.3 or 4 x 4.5
Those wheels wont fit. The bolt patterns are different. see below... 2001 Ford F150 Lariat 4wd ===> Bolt Pattern: 5-135 1993 Ford Explorer 4wd ===> Bolt Pattern: 5-114
There are a number of trucks that have a 5 on 5.5 bolt pattern. From Dodge alone, these include the Durango (from 2004 on), the Dakota (from 2005 on), and the Ram Charger (from 1979 to 1983). The Kia Sorrento from 2003 on also has this bolt pattern.
6x5, If you need more info check out Trailvoy.com
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the caliper bolt should be a 13mm and the bracket or "bridge" bolt should be an 18mm or a 21mm
If they have the same bolt pattern then they will fit.
No it is 5X5.5
Sure, as long as the bolt pattern matches.
The bolt pattern 8 lug 140mm and they are hub mount style wheels not conical seat style
Ford Dealer can help you. And tell you if there is anything wrong with your 2003 F150.
That bolt pattern is an 8 bolt pattern.
count the number of studs, then Measure it. the distance from the center of one stud to the center of the one across from it is your bolt circle.