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what is the bolt pattern on a 1996 Bronco

is it 5x5.5 ???
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bolt pattern to what?

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is it 5x5.5 ???
yes it is

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bolt pattern to what?
The muffler bearing retainer, what else?

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BOLT PATTERN.

i have a 96 XLT with 5 x 5.5 pattern.
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The muffler bearing retainer, what else?
i think that is 5x5. wheels are 5x5.5

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