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6x139.7 with a little bit of work on the center bore if there is enough meat on them,
Wouldn't these have to be recast as a 6 spoke to work? I don't see how you're going to fit 6 lugs between 5 spokes on this style. Also this style is for classic muscle cars IMO.





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Wouldn't these have to be recast as a 6 spoke to work? I don't see how you're going to fit 6 lugs between 5 spokes on this style. Also this style is for classic muscle cars IMO.
The photo is of one on my 69 Bronco. Yes, that is 5 lug and we machined off a hair to open up the center bore. Working out well.
They make the wheel in a 6 lug but it will depend on the weight limit and how much would have to be machined off of the center bore. The best looking wheel style IMO if one wants to go old style. US Mags or American Racing slot mags might look good as well.
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I noticed some tires have the offset and others do not. Will the offset tires work ?
 

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I've fallen in love with Fifteen52's Analog rims. I love the black ones, but if I successfully get a white hardtop (either painted or vinyl-wrapped), I may powdercoat the rims white to match, and go full retro.
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Fifteen52 was planning white all along and a couple days ago they went up on their website. No need for DIY :)
 

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Something simple, with some dish, and nothing too expensive, as I fully intend on using my Bronco off pavement often.
i have the polished version of these rims on my 73. I plan on getting a base model with the sasquatch and keeping the factory wheels for getting dirty and running some 16x10s similar to these everyday :)
 

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Am expecting my extra Raptor wheels and tires will fit . . . purchased studded nokias and a set of dark metallic Granite alloy wheels last summer for winter wear and I'm hoping to utilize the same setup on the Bronco for the next couple winters as well.

Otherwise am fine with the wheels in the SAS pkg.
 

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I have never really cared for the look of aftermarket wheels. Which is weird because I come from the Mustang world where I spent plenty of money on wheels, none ever looked as clean as factory, I always found my self going back to get factory take offs or replicas.
 

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