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Will 22s fit my 01 ranger?

I am in the process of purchasing an 01 ford ranger edge, and i am interested in putting 22s on it. Does anyone know if they will fit?
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Yeah, I've seen 24s on a stock ranger edge, but it looked like crap.
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Yeah, I've seen 24s on a stock ranger edge, but it looked like crap.
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I wanna throw some 30's on my truck big pimpin man!
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word to yo momma G money pimp
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no reason to mess with the guy like that guys, just answer his question.

Dont need the spam
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I am not messing with him I like 22's and 24's.
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i love the look of 22s on trucks.
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It'll look like a hot wheels and IMO look's really really stupid. A truck is meant to be used, abused, and put away wet, not prettied up like a baller's whip yo.
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I'd put 18s and drop it down, I think that looks good.
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It would look tought body dropped on air bags with 22's.. other wise at stock height it would look ... ya hurd me home slizzo
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It'll look like a hot wheels and IMO look's really really stupid. A truck is meant to be used, abused, and put away wet, not prettied up like a baller's whip yo.
Its all personal choice and you can use a lowered truck for what a truck is meant to be used for hauling stuff in the bed it does not have to be offroad.
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Put 22's on it man, it looks really good, the hell with what everyone else thinks, be unique!
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if i were to get 22s, i would do a lift and put big tires on the truck.
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I think 22's looks the best on the Rangers. I know someone here that has it
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i have some 22's for sale....

and they were on a 2002....it will fit yours....

dont mind the lifted crew, if you want 22's do it up!
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The edge model's already have a lift .
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I'm fan to 15's and 16's but hey its what ever you like man! DO what you do!
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why stop with 22's?

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I have 20's on my 02 edge I like them alot, and have gotten many compliments on them. I think 22's would look sweet too.
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