Question about Ford Ranger
Sorry you cannot change the wheels without authorisation from the factory,you will need a certificate from fords stating that this vehicle can be used with this size wheel without affecting the castor/camber or king pin inclination.Then you will need a certificate from the wheel manufacturers stating the technical specifications and speed rating of the rims and what the recomended speed rating of the tyres thats permitted to be fitted.then you will need a technical report from a certified member of the ilustrious college of technical engineers and with all these papers you can then go the vehicle inspection station who will re inspect the vehicle for another road worthyness certificate and change the vehicles technical specification paper.but this is spain
Posted on Dec 20, 2008
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