Yes, +1 ^^^
You must change ring and pinion on BOTH Axles, can't just change the rear
Look at the label on the drivers door edge and get the AXLE code, and stock tire size
Then look here: Ford 7.5 & 8.8 Inch Axle Tag & Door Codes
Then go here and enter in the data: Gears needed after adding larger tires
New tires are 33"
Stock tires are 29"
Current ratio is 3.73
So with 33" tires the actual ratio would be like driving stock tires with 3.28 ratio, so much less bottom end power, but better highway MPG and top speed
1996 Ranger still uses speedometer gear in transfer case so after a tire change you can recalibrate speedometer by changing this gear