Yes. The wheels of the 98 ford f 150 can fit the 98 jeep cherokee.
Any door from a 93-98 Grand Cherokee should fit
it should, 93 - 98 are the same
If the grand cherokee is a 93-98 yes... otherwise, no you cannot. 99+ Grand cherokee "rims" or wheels are a 5x5 (5x127 mm) bolt pattern while the cherokee has 5x4.5 you need not consider the size...15" 16" 17" will generally fit on a grand cherokee. It's the bolt pattern you need to pay attention to.
No, it will not. When Chrysler built the 1999-2004 WJ Grand Cherokee it had a different bolt pattern than the 1993-1998 ZJ Grand Cherokee. The Jeeps that can interchange wheels with one another are the Cherokee (84-01), the Commanche, Wrangler (87-06), Liberty (02-07), and the Grand Cherokee (93-98). The two redesign Grand Cherokees since 99 have the same bolt pattern so a 99-04 Grand Cherokee can swap wheels with a 05+, as well as a 06+ Commander. I think the new Wrangler (07+) can too.
It should, the body on the Jeep ZJ 93 - 98 are the same.
wondering if 98 chevy malibu wheels will fit a 98 gmc sonoma?
Yes it will the only thing that changed from 94 to 98 was the placement of the foglights, placement of some badging and the interior was revised. All the suspension and drivetrain parts are interchangeable.
NO 96 & 98 are interchangeable (doors)
The block is the same, everything else will need swapped.
will a 94 grand am with a 2.3 engine work for a 98 grand am with a 2.4 engine
Yes, that should work.
Originally it was green.
No, grand Cherokee 93-98 (ZJ) have the same 5 on 4.5 bolt pattern as the Cherokee (XJ). also the comanchee (MJ) wrangler (YJ and TJ models) 1st gen libertys (KJ) as well as ford explorer and ranger.The newer grand Cherokees (WJ 99-04 and WK 05-2010). as well as the new wrangler (JK both 2 door and 4) all use the 5 on 5 bolt pattern.
No, the Grand Cherokee uses a timing chain which will most likely never need replaced, they are extremely durable.
With a scan tool.