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Old 08-28-2007
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I need a measurement! Someone Help

Ok I am trying to figure this out for another truck. Its still a ranger.

Anyway I need to know the measurement from the hub, (metal surface between the lugs) to the the edge of the fender lip...

I hear its around 7.5" but I really need to be accutrate on this.


I would prefer measurements from a ranger that does not have flares! But if it does that will do i guess.

Also if it matters from a 98+ 4x4 Ranger.
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wha wha wha?????

7.5"?!


Front or rear, stock or lifted suspension, stock or bigger tires, jack stands on the frame or sitting on tires on it's own weight????
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wha wha wha?????

7.5"?!


Front or rear, stock or lifted suspension, stock or bigger tires, jack stands on the frame or sitting on tires on it's own weight????
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maybe he needs a Vector, Victor! Roger, Roger. I think the most universal/similar measurement would be at Full travel on a stock suspension. any other measurement can go from there and take in the other factors into acount.
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wha wha wha?????

7.5"?!


Front or rear, stock or lifted suspension, stock or bigger tires, jack stands on the frame or sitting on tires on it's own weight????

none of that should matter really. its all pretty close. let me draw a picture
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ok i didnt want to use my truck but its the best i found right now.

I need a measurement from the Red Line (Wheel Mounting Surface) to the lip of the fender (green line)

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oooooooooohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh hhhh

on the X-Axis!
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If it's for wheels, I have a 8" wide wheel with 10.50 tire and it lines up perfectly, that's all I can help you with..
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yeah its 6.5"
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