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07 ranger and 33x12.5?

Hey im a little new to the site i got a 2007 ford ranger 4.0 and gettin ready to get a 3'' body lift and was wanting to get some 33x12.5 how well will they fit and how bad will they rub? do you think it will be better if i crank the t bars? thanks,
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they will fit fine dude, the bl will allow plenty of clearance and might as well crank the tbars to level out. Thats a pretty standard setup
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They'll fit fine, Tys 4x4 is running that combo right now on his 07
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Im running 33x12.5 on just cranked t-bars and im all good.
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thanks guys guess Im gonna go ahead and order the lift and tires do you all like the bfg all terrains?
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Murph, there are so many tires to choose from.

I am going to tell you Nitto Terra Grapplers because I have them and I love them. Alot of guys will tell you BFG A/T's.

Its a pissing match when it comes to tires. People like what they like and with some its hard to convince them other wise.

Do alot of research to find what tire you like.
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^^^ So true

I am super duper happy with my BFG AT's, never let me down. I'm reallllly liking the Nitto's though just because no one around here has them. I wish they made them for a 15" rim though
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I always thought it was wierd how Nitto dosent offer a 15in rim tire.

You would think they would sell so many more tires if they offered them.
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I'm gonna look at some other tires first but probably will go with the bfgs everyone I know that has them on there truck loves em
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BFG M/T's in 33x12.5 would be the perfect tire choice IMO.
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welcome to R-F, Josh!
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wonderful... 11 posts and no one asked if he is actually T-bar suspension lol...

he just said :

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do you think it will be better if i crank the t bars?
lol... is your truck a 4x4 or 2wd Sport?
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wonderful... 11 posts and no one asked if he is actually T-bar suspension lol...

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lol... is your truck a 4x4 or 2wd Sport?
Thats why we have you Stone... an individual with over 20,000 posts is sure to have all the answers.
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Anyone Have pics of the 31's on their truck
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Thats why we have you Stone... an individual with over 20,000 posts is sure to have all the answers.
i love how you like to put words in people's mouths.. when did i say i have all the answer's ...go on you have alot of searching to do...
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Anyone Have pics of the 31's on their truck
what kind of truck... 2wd coil sprung 2wd t-bar... 4x4... 93-97 98-00 01-03 04-05 06+ ... EXT CAB ...Reg cab?
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i love how you like to put words in people's mouths.. when did i say i have all the answer's ...go on you have alot of searching to do...
Well, to be honest you do have ALOT of answers. You have had multiple Rangers and have been around them for years.

You never said you have all the answers, I said that you did.
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Well, to be honest you do have ALOT of answers. You have had multiple Rangers and have been around them for years.

You never said you have all the answers, I said that you did.
well then i am sorry thought you where being a Dingo...
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BFG Mud Terrain KM2!
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The way I said it probably sounded like I was.

Do 2wd rangers have t-bars?
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It's a 4x4 sorry bout that
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2wd Edges have t-bars
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Josh, I would crank the t-bars, install the 3in BL and then toss in a AAL in the back.

That will give you plenty of flex and room for the bigger meats.

http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
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The way I said it probably sounded like I was.

Do 2wd rangers have t-bars?
1998-2000 2wd Trailheads, 2001-2005 edge 2wd, 2006+ Sport 2wd

are all T-bar 2wd trucks..


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It's a 4x4 sorry bout that
just checking we have had people give info like this before then the guy is like where is my T-bar and posts pics of a coil lol... might as well confirm it now..
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Josh, I would crank the t-bars, install the 3in BL and then toss in a AAL in the back.

That will give you plenty of flex and room for the bigger meats.

http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
AAL isnt needed unless you have like a topper or something or love the Stinkbug look
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