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Old 08-23-2009
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I am: matt lissor
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help with ranger.

i have a 2000 ranger xlt
its completely bone stock !

i wanna get some rims and tires soon.
but i'm not sure what size tire i should get.
i plan on getting 15x8 rims but not sure if i should go 31 or 32 " tires.

any help ??
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Old 08-23-2009
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Someone else on another forum said this in relation to a 99 ranger.

Well from my experience 31x10.5/15 will fit the stock rims, but under hard driving may rub. They are just a bit too wide, but only just a bit. 32's are pushing it on the stock rims, and will rub much more often. But if you get some negatively offset rims to replace those stock ones, you can go up to 33's without to much problem (as long as they are under 12.5" wide). But anything more will need a lift kit of some sort, or some fender work.

Hope that helps.
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