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Old 06-04-2010
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Lift Spindle Question

I currently have 31" tires. I have some Alcoa's from a FX4 going on really soon. My question is if I install a 3" spindle lift (Doestch) will it push out the tires (track width) because they are a stock rim? Not sure what the backspacing is for Alcoa's. The truck is an 08 XL (coil sprung/A arms). Any help would be appreciated.

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the wheels are 15X8 i have them on my truck and i dont think they will stick out if they do it might be about a half inch and yes they are a stock my fx4 has them too
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the wheels are 15X8 i have them on my truck and i dont think they will stick out if they do it might be about a half inch and yes they are a stock my fx4 has them too
alcoas are 15x7 not 15x8 i dont know of any stock ranger rims that are 15x8
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o its a mistake my bad o well
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