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i just got a 2002 ford ranger and i was planning on doing some work to it. my first question was what is the largest tire size you can run without any rub on a stock ranger? My next question was does any body know a good site that has suspension lifts at a fairly reasonable price? All the ones i found seem to be really expensive.
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welcome NOOB the search button at the top of the page works for this site. that will answer your tire question and how cheap are you trying to get one for?
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Are you 2wd or 4wd. If your 2wd are you a Edge?
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K the biggest tire you can run is a 32x11.5 or a 33x10.5 with a torsion bar crank. And 4wd suspension lifts are all expensive. For your truck you only have 2 choices either the Superlift or RCD. The superlift is 1500 and the RCD is closer to 2000. You can get the superlift from stuffforyourranger.com/store. You can also get a 3" body lift from summitracing.com for around 200 bucks.
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32x11.50s look great on without a lift or much of a lift.
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Agreed! But I'm slightly biased lol
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285s will fit with torsion bars cranked i got 265s with bars cranked and i still have a good amount of room
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285s will fit with torsion bars cranked i got 265s with bars cranked and i still have a good amount of room
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I have 33's and nothing more then my t-bars cranked i did trim up my lower valence but its so minor you cant even tell.
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