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2.9L & 3.0L V6 Tech General discussion of 2.9L and 3.0L V6 Ford Ranger engines.

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Old 07-07-2008
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Sonic04Edge, did you have to crank the T-bars at all or were your tires a straight bolt on install? I'm looking at doing the same tire size and was curious.
I had cranked my tbars a couple of years ago. You will need to do a crank for 32's.
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I love the way it rolls with the 3.0, 4.10's and 31's. We will see this week how it is with 33's, but I was thinkin the same thing that 31's rolled better. It never will be a speed demon but o well. My 3.0 likes to wheel....
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Thanks, I think I finally decided I will just up to a 265/75r16 from a 245/75r16 and get a tuner too. A little less wear on the brakes and I don't need new rims to do it :)
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