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Old 05-23-2013
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hey there, i have a 1991 ranger i just put a skyjacker 4' lift on, and I'm wondering if i can throw some 35' toyo's under there without too awful much rubbing. i was running 31's with no lift and rarely rubbed. looking for some advice soon
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Well you had a 31 on stock then added a 4" lift and now want a tire 4" taller so I'm going to say itll rub just as it did when it was stock with 31s lol
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