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33's on 2wd

I have a 1995 2wd ranger, I have a coil spring spacer right now and I can fit 31's. But I relly would like some 33's if i were to go with the 3'' lift from Rough Country would I be able to fit 33's with the right wheel offset.

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i think you might need 4-5 inch lift
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4" suspension or 3" body should do it...
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If I used the poly spacer that I have alredy and a bigger block that would work right? That would almost be 5'' in the front.
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If I used the poly spacer that I have alredy and a bigger block that would work right? That would almost be 5'' in the front.
no your truck will be 100% un-alignable. the kit gives you drop brackets for your i-beams and your radii's arms and also a pitman arm drop to correct everything the lift coils will do to the suspension
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4" suspension or 3" body should do it...
thats what i have now and have 33's. once i put the spacers up front i may get 35's pending if i have ther truck still....?

edit: and mine is 4x4
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thats what i have now and have 33's. once i put the spacers up front i may get 35's pending if i have ther truck still....?

edit: and mine is 4x4
even being 4x4 the 3rd gens where all basically the same hight just the larger tires made the 4x4 higher in the front. ford was stupid like that...

also i plan on running 32x11.5x15 on mine here soon with no other lift we will see. done tons of messurements and it should fit...
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