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Old 04-08-2006
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I have a 1999 Ford Ranger stock suspension, no body lift, i was wondering how much modifaction ide have to do to get 33x12.50-16'' on my truck, i have 265/75-16s on it now, and theres litterly probably 1/2-1'' of clearence between the back of my tire and the stock mud flap.

Long story short, would 33's fit on without any mods, if not what do i have to do to get them to fit?


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I have a 1999 Ford Ranger stock suspension, no body lift, i was wondering how much modifaction ide have to do to get 33x12.50-16'' on my truck, i have 265/75-16s on it now, and theres litterly probably 1/2-1'' of clearence between the back of my tire and the stock mud flap.

Long story short, would 33's fit on without any mods, if not what do i have to do to get them to fit?


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what trim level? drivetrain?
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from your profile im assuming your XLT is 2wd? so no t-bars. Your gona need a lift of some kind. I have seen 33x10.50's fit with a spindle lift on a 2wd xlt but it was tight, too tight for me. I'm gona do a body + spindle this summer on mine!
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Its a XLT 4x4
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well lots of people are running 33's on 4x4's, they'll chime in in a while.
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You can fit it stock by cranking your front torsion bars. I'd just recommend a body lift though.

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What do we have here...

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=20047 oh ya, the stickey for tire fitment chart in the tire/wheels forum...
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