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Tire size?

I have a 2004 ranger xlt. Could it fit 35's with a 3in body lift and torsion bars cranked?
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You can but I wouldn't
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^preposterous.

i have had absolutely no issues. i can even lightly wheel it and not rub. no rubbing when i turn at all. its quite enjoyable. that, coupled with 4.88's makes it fun.
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but thats also with no front bumper right? hed prolly have to cut the hell outa his front bumper to not rub especially being offroad right? and acourse like you said, you have gears that help to which is something you have to keep in mind. my 4.10's are going to be enough to get by with 33's but id prolly hate to see 4.10's with 35's much less if someone had 3.73s. I think his best bet is to do 3inch body, and not have to crank the t bars alot and just stick with 33's. but thats up to him. btw TYS, thats a great pic up there.
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well i technically have a front bumper. haha

but you could trim the valance and have no problems.
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Alright thanks guys I appreciate the help.
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a buddy of mine at school has 35s, only a body lift and cranked t-bars, hes on here too

heres a link to his photo gallery
https://www.ranger-forums.com/member...ums/99-ranger/
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^preposterous.

i have had absolutely no issues. i can even lightly wheel it and not rub. no rubbing when i turn at all. its quite enjoyable. that, coupled with 4.88's makes it fun.
Your right you can only lightly wheel,if your truck is a pavement pounder and the only offroading it sees is a dirt driveway then go ahead and run 35s.
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