Originally Posted by Lone_Ranger
Personally, I wouldn't bother with the spacers but a set of rear AAL's or shackles, and a t-bar lift might help more.
My truck has the 2" block in the rear from the factory and I have 9 turns on the good 'ole T-Bar crank. The front was LOW!
Originally Posted by BlutoBodine
Looks good. Based on those two photos, I have a feeling that when I have my 215/75-15 KM2's installed next week they're going to look mighty gay with their 27.9" overall diameter.
Wow that is kinda small but the 08s ride a bit lower dont they? I dont think the 32.8s would work.
Originally Posted by brianjwilson
The pizza cutters look good. Honestly I have always been a fan of that size on stock/near stock Rangers.
Running spacers will probably just cause you grief for a few different reasons. Wheel bearings and front end parts aside, the tires will most likely rub the fenders when you are turning (up front) and the rears will rub if you stuff a tire in the fender.
Yeah they fit great on my stock susp with no BL.
You think I would have those (front end) problems?
The 33x12.5s on 10" wide wheels rubbed just a bit on drivers side valance with 3.75" BS. That stuck out about 6.25 from the hub.
The spacers are 1.25" and these wheels are 4.5" BS I think. Together thats 3.25" BS on a 7" wheel. They should stick out 3.75" from the hub. Or maybe my minds eye is totally off on my measurement and math. Maybe i should write it down.
As far as stuffing a rear tire, I doubt it will ever happen. Unless i roll over one side of a really tall speed bump in the mall parking lot