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I know the ranger 1000 and ranger midsize 570 has 2 different stud sizes, look into that, don't know about full-size 570
 

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Full size 570 uses the 3/8" studs. I believe the 1000 uses 12mm studs. I have 26" Ceros on my 570 FS crew on 12" OEM steel rims. Front 26x9-12 (6" rim) and rear 26x11-12 (8" rim). Rear has no clearance issues. The Ceros fronts measure out at 26.5" with 12# of air. If the tires you have measure no more than a true 27" you should be OK but they will be real close to the lower fender well rib at compression.

But you better check the stud size on the donor vehicle first.

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I found out the Ranger 1000 has 12mm studs. This may be a dumb question but how would I get them to fit on mine with 3/8” studs?
 

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Depending upon the design of the wheel and whether the bolt circle is the same you could probably drill them out and countersink as necessary. We're only talking about 3/32 difference in diameter which is 3/64" on each side of the hole.
 

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Ok thanks I may give it a shot. Or I may just look for some that has the 3/8”. That might be better.
 
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