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Old 06-17-2010
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pics please or advice

I own a 2010 FX4 with V6 4.0L, 4.10 LS, leveling kit, 2" lift(by 2" lift i mean 2" blocks in the rear and t-bar crank), pro comp rock crusher all black 15x10+6 offset does anybody know if 33x12.5/15 will fit? Cuase buddy at the shop said they might rub at full lock so if thats the case they will deffinetly rub when flexing any advise would be great any pics of a ranger with close to the same setup would be cool thanks for your time.
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You will definitely have to trim the valence, maybe more. I have a 4" Superlift with 15X10s & 33x12.50s with the valence trimmed and there still isn't a whole lot of room in there.
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go for a bodylift... unless all you drive is street.. 33x12 on a stock ranger is asking for trouble imo. offroad you`ll rub for sure
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Couldn't you get a 10.5" wide tire? That should fit
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What about 33x11.50's?
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just get them and do a little trimming
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you will rub minutly. its not bad. technichally it will be on the flare (possibly on the valance on full compression) you can slightly knotch them as well as the callance and keep the overall line and it will hardly be noticeable. however you can probly throw on a bodylift and be set for sure.
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I put 33x12.5x15 mt/r kevalrs on my truck yesterday. My t-bars are only cranked halfway because my bolts are bent. I only rub on the inner fender while turned lock to lock. I have not been off road with them yet but it will most def rub on the valance as well. I got new torsion bolts today so with my crank I think most of the rubbing will go away.... At leas on the street... I'm def getting a body lift
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