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I put one of my brothers 35's on the ranger today i think it looks pretty good.
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why r the rear tires smaller?
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Its still the old 8.8, and the 35's are 8 lug rims so i couldnt put another 35 on the rear
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With the right wheels that would look way better!
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could you flex that without rubbing?
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What do you suggest?
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That looks awesome on there. Sticks out a little though doesn't it?
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On your truck probably a 35x12.5R15 BFG AT or MT and some MT Classic lock II's or some eagle alloy or ultra's that look like the MT's (just a lot cheaper)...
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they are really close to rubbing but it should be fine with a 3" BL and it would for sure rub when flexed.
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Do you have a front d-shaft in there? The 35 looks good on there.....
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I think it looks perfect, that's the size tire that should be on your truck. That sucks that they rub though. If you just drive on the street I'd do 35's, if you offroad and flex the truck out I guess I'd stay with 33's.
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Those look good on there!

When's the rear gonna be upgraded?
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perfect with a 35s.... doooo itttt
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With the right wheels that would look way better!
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Rock crawlers with tsls!!! who else agrees
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Rock crawlers with tsls!!! who else agrees
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If you have SAS in your sig then it should automatically say swamper next to it
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If you have SAS in your sig then it should automatically say swamper next to it
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Good size tire for your truck, you definitely need a MT and some Black wheels, not chrome.
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I like those Generals.
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Good size tire for your truck, you definitely need a MT and some Black wheels, not chrome.
Nah, chrome looks good on there.
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Dude you could throw a tarp over your truck and camp in the bed with that rack you have on there. That's tight!

I just now realized you have air horns and your tank up there. Only bad thing about the tank being up there, when it gets hot, the air expands fast in these tanks. I would be worried about pressure in the summer, if you don't have a mechanical safety pressure valve.
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If it werent a DD it would have rockcrawlers and bogers a buddy of mine will sell me a set of 35x15.50r16.5 for 500 bucks those would be bad boy on there and yes i have thought about tenting under the rack im gonna put seats in it for the dunes and yes the front shaft is in for whoever asked that
I have to get a 4.10 and down open carrier for the 14 bolt and then get it setup and it will be done.
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dude your truck looks sweet i love seeing the 93-97s modded mine is slowly getting modded
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Those 35's look good on there.

I would consider moving your front axle forward about 2". It looks like those would rub on the back of the fenders when flexed,
even though it looks like you have enough lift for the 35's

I definitely don't think you could get anything bigger than a 35 on there without moving the axle or trimming the fenders

I see on the build thread you have the 14b rear in - lets see a pic of the 35's on front and rear.

nice build, and I'm diggin that rack on there too
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