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I’m looking to buy a set of old school wheels for my 420 Rancher,found a set off of a Foreman,my question is will they fit the Rancher,what do I need to measure or look for.  Thanks 

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Yes they will fit as long as you have a solid year axle rancher.  The foreman wheels will give you just a touch of a wider stance. 

 

Most hondas have a 4x110 lug spacing. The offset is where it can give many numbers. On average an aftermarket wheel is 7 wide so fronts havens 5+2 spacing and rear is 2+5 spacing. They measure inner to outer where it mounts for the spacing. 

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i found some rim's that fit a car, plus fit a honda. it was a sports car. best i remember 7 was involved in the name. it was shaped like a wedge. i only got two rim's.

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I guess they won’t work since my 420 has independent rear suspension. Thanks for the input.

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2 hours ago, tooomuch7 said:

I guess they won’t work since my 420 has independent rear suspension. Thanks for the input.

 

Get some factory Rincon wheels.  They are 12" all around, lightweight aluminum, and they will fit your IRS Rancher perfectly.  I put a set on my wife's 420AT with IRS.

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I think the newer Rubicon wheels would work also. People are always selling brand new stock tires and wheels. Just got to put that after market $1200 worth of tires and wheels on...

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