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Blanco, with a 3" BL and 4" superlift / 5" RCD lift you will fit 35s just fine.
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tell me about it lol.. he is arguing and getting info wrong while doing it lol.. so far none of his posts where needed in this thread. the guy isnt going for the stuff look he wants HUGE lift and tires to impress chicks lol...

ok my info is not wrong i have a sheet from a tire maker proving the point im sorry that you guys are so thick headed. All im saying is that he can fit his 37s if he wanted and to answer his first post he can run his 35s with no issues. only been modding rangers since 2001 but i guess i dont know how to seeing as you seem to be the number one source about it. I get truly tired of seeing comments made on this forum with wrong info. between you and fx4wannabe. if it is not within your ideal its wrong. im just trying to show people the correct fact and figures. yes my tires are sold as 35 inch and they measure out at 34.5. its the normal thing to round up. just like the ford 302 engine is not really a 5.0 its a 4.95 so they round up. I really dont get you guys its about modding the trucks the way you want and people are just trying to get info and you bust his ***** because he wants to run bling. highroller does it and his truck looks nasty. and if this kid wants to let him im sure it will look sick as well.
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ok my info is not wrong i have a sheet from a tire maker proving the point im sorry that you guys are so thick headed. All im saying is that he can fit his 37s if he wanted and to answer his first post he can run his 35s with no issues. only been modding rangers since 2001 but i guess i dont know how to seeing as you seem to be the number one source about it. I get truly tired of seeing comments made on this forum with wrong info. between you and fx4wannabe. if it is not within your ideal its wrong. im just trying to show people the correct fact and figures. yes my tires are sold as 35 inch and they measure out at 34.5. its the normal thing to round up. just like the ford 302 engine is not really a 5.0 its a 4.95 so they round up. I really dont get you guys its about modding the trucks the way you want and people are just trying to get info and you bust his ***** because he wants to run bling. highroller does it and his truck looks nasty. and if this kid wants to let him im sure it will look sick as well.
Stoner has been modding rangers since before I was born and that was in the 80's.

And if you read back. I said that 37's would be fine but only for street. Stoner and I both know that and neither of us argued that. You need to reread dude.

And the 302 thing... Holy random fact. Thats like saying my ***** is 10 inches. Its really only 3 but I round up right?
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its a random fact to show that sizes are rounded up. I totally give up on you people. not worth my time. and im sure 37's would be able to go offroad but the person would have to know how to drive.
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Why don't you have 37's then?
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i cannot afford them.

i want 37x12.5x17 KM2's new rear springs and some front glass and it will look bad *** IMO.

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i believe if its 5 or higher you round up and 4 or lower you round down so im thinking your whole 3 inch thing ....rounds down to 0"

haha i love math sorry i had to post that it was funny

just kidding

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its all cool matt. chilax bro
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