yes should be the same bolt pattern
older car rims are made out of steel where as new cars come out of factory with alloy wheels.
Be careful what people claim they can do. Alloy rims do not maintain strength when they bend and when you bend them back they become even weaker. Most reputable shops will not straighten alloy rims because of the potential for breakage and problems on the highway. Just find some replacment rims, you'll be safer.
No. They are a different lug pattern.
depends on what rims you have. 195/70R14 - steel 14" rims with hub caps 205/60R16 - alloy 16" rims with 5 straight spokes 215/50R17 - alloy 17" rims with 5 diagonal spokes
depends on which rims you have: 195/70R14 - steel 14" rims with hub caps 205/60R16 - alloy 16" rims with 5 straight spokes 215/50R17 - alloy 17" rims with 5 diagonal spokes (225/45R17 also work on the 17" rims)
if they are alloy they are alloy you will not be able to remove alloy from alloy wheel its made of it, if you want to paint them then paint primer on very clean sended alloy wheels and apply the paint you want.
Could be either.
Yes but it takes special care and preparation to paint alloy wheels.
Stock rims were 16" by 3"
In some cases yes. depending on the size of caliper and rotor that the car has.
no they won't fit,diferent bolt patern
Yes they will
Yes, it does. =D
On stock rims they are 17x7 +55 offset in the front and 17x8.5 +65 offset in the rear.
215/60r16 if your stock rims are 16"
Stock tires on the Bronco are 31x10.5 R15 with stock rims.
The only information out is that it will have 22 inch lightweight alloy wheels.
not on the stock rims. They came with 15 and 16 inch rims. If you have aftermarket 17 inch rims then most likely.
Had this problem with 3 of 4 rims on a 99 Intrigue. Tried several tire shops finally had to replace all four rims with after markets since the alloy was severely pitted/damaged in the bead.
Usually aluminium(alloy), but stainless steel and even regular steel either chromed or painted can occur. And these days, carbon fibre rims are not that uncommon. There are even wooden rims as well, but they're quite rare.
Any rim that is not a stock rim for that model of car.