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31s or 32s won't make to big of a difference. If your worried about it just stay with stock and wait until you can get some 4.10s
N ot true. My truck had 31's on it when I bought it. My 32's swallowed a whole lot more power.

The 32's are 1" bigger but 2" wider.
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31x10.5 and 32x11.5. Hum that sure doesn't look like 2" wider to me.
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31x10.5 and 32x11.5. Hum that sure doesn't look like 2" wider to me.
My 31's were 9.50. So yeah, thats 2" .
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well ill go with 32x11.50 and just get a new rear end soon.
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My 31's were 9.50. So yeah, thats 2" .
You should of mentioned that then
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what about a 4.0 4x4 with 3.73's and 33's
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what about a 4.0 4x4 with 3.73's and 33's
Sort of the same situation, it wont be quite as bad, but stepping up to a 4.10 will really net you a big difference, all depends on if you like being sluggish off the start
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You should of mentioned that then
Or you shouldn't have assumed. Either or.
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It doesn't matter either way, if he wants the size then he'll just accept that its gonna be slower.
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It doesn't matter either way, if he wants the size then he'll just accept that its gonna be slower.
We agree on that
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yeah i agree, plus its not like a ranger is ment for the 1/4 mile
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how much is a good price for an 8.8 with 4.10's, i called around and got prices around 500 bucks....that sounds expensive? thanks
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how much is a good price for an 8.8 with 4.10's, i called around and got prices around 500 bucks....that sounds expensive? thanks
depends on ALOT. Posi? Expy or ranger? how many miles etc. etc. Sounds kinda steep to me.
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ya that was on an 05 ranger...not shur about the rest of that stuff tho
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