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Old 02-18-2011
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31X10.50R15 To big for a Factory 2000 Ranger?

Own a Year 2000 4X4 Ranger 3.0 Litre. Not lifted, still with factory tire size attached to it
(P235/75/R15).
What is the biggest tire I can achieve throwing on there without any alignment problems or any problem (i.e. rubbing etc.)? Also it's still at factory height and I don't intend on lifting. I was thinking the next biggest size is 30X9.50R15, Which would be right in the hole and look good also.But, would the 31/10.50R15 be okay? Would rather have the 31X10.50R15, would I run into any problems with that size? Or would I be just better off with the 30X9.50R15? Thanks Guys, appreciate any answers and your time! Jason
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i cranked my torsion bars and ran 33x12.5 15s on my truck for three months. it only rubbed if i hit a bump while cornering and even then it was only the splash shield in the fender. i think you will be ok
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1. That is annoying as hell to read

2. This is the second thread you have on this topic

3. I have 31x10.5x15 Kumho Road Venture MT KL71 and love them. No rubbing at all. I have a mild T-bar crank.
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I have a T-bar crank and run 31x10.50R15 tires on my 2000 and wheel it hard around the farm and have no troubles. Go for it.
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totally stock edge 2003. ran 31x10.5x15s on 15x7s. not a rub at all
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As stated in the first few posts, they will fit fine. You can fit 32x11.50's, even without a t-bar crank. Shouldn't be any rubbing either.
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No, this is the first thread that I have ever asked about tire sizes. If you think my thread is annoying, THAN DON'T READ IT!
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I meant the large font color underline bs haha

and this thread isnt about tire sizes? lol https://www.ranger-forums.com/general-ford-ranger-discussion-15/tire-sizes-need-help-119354/
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Up to 33s on stock 98+ 4x4s


I would suggest putting your vehicle information in your signature. It makes it easier when you ask questions and stuff.

2000 Ford Ranger 3.0L 4x4 (Auto or Auto), Any lifts, Any drivetrain swaps (like an 8.8 or SAS or whatever), gearing (3.55, 3.73, or 4.10s), (LS, Locker, or Open)
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