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New Rims And Tires

I am going to install a new set of rims and tires on my ranger and just wanted to take some suggestions.


P.S. I'm going for the street look and prefferably want 18's, maybe 20's (really dont want to raise it though)
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Cool...

Hurry with the pics tho....
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Really...Im goin with 20's in about a month or 2......18 are def for the more performance oriented truck driver.

So the question is performance or looks...?...

Not sayin 18's dont look great just not as cool as 20's

Edit: Dont be a conformist and go with cobra r's...everyones gottem...be different, and unique
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I'd say 15's are more performance...
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20's are everywhere. Go with a nice set of 18's and a more stock size meat. I'm biased hehehehh... good luck man.
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yea, or 17's and some meat, if ya got the power to turn em?

haha...
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psht just because you have a v-8 doenst mean your anybetter then us..... well maybe it does... not.... lol go with 17s....
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if its stock height go woth 20s and a 40 series tire
should fill up the wheel well nicely
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just bag it and put some nice 20s on it already and stop playin around..
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psht just because you have a v-8 doenst mean your anybetter then us..... well maybe it does... not.... lol go with 17s....
Wasnt saying that. Brigger rims = more power to turn = bad gas mileage.

Hell, i had 30x11 tires with heavy *** 17x9's.. i know Zero knows what im talking about. with 4.10's they were fine.

But with 3.55's you could feel it.

I got good highway mileage though. Could do 320-330 on highway drives.
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22's

'nuff said
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HAHA...that's what I'm sayin
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