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what size tires

i am getting a 3 body and i was woundering what size tires u can put on the ranger with t-bars cranked and the bodylift
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i am getting a 3 body and i was woundering what size tires u can put on the ranger with t-bars cranked and the bodylift
search buddy.

but ~33" tires.
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I say 33's but are you stepside. If you are you MIGHT be able to squeeze 35's I did.
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33x12.50's, maybe 35x12.5's
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You can fit 35's stock
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i am not step side.........i have 31s and still have room to spare i think i can fit 33s right now...hmmmmmmmmmmmm 35s stock
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You can fit 35's stock
yea in the rear only
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44" mud boggers
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yea in the rear only
No, front too
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You can fit 35's stock
Yep, you can fit them....ya'll ever heard of a sawzawl??? Yea, fiberglass will fit 35's, but rent a sawzawl for $10....you'll make room. haha.
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3 inch bl and glass fenders fit 35's perfectly... but u need to crank the t-bars and have a bigger block/helper springs in the rear.

Check out Ranger1's truck... he fit 35's with the 3 inch bl, t-bars cranked, helper spring... and stock fenders. He Said that they did not rub when driving down the street. If he went offroadin, they probably would rub a little
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well lets see here billz truck....body lift...15x10's....33x12.5x15...looks kick **** dont it..
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will my tbar is already cranked to the max.....cranked almost too much the alimight place told me that it was cranked to much and that my camber is set all the way out so thats how i know they are cranked.......and will for the fenders i am getting them also here soon just got to sell my honda motor out of my tuner car
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Without a lift 32" is the biggest you can go?
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You tell me what you think
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35s?
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looking at the snow picture it looks like you could fit 34s.... i could very well be wrong though
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STOCK ranger suspension.
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thats sweet!!
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I walked into that one. With out modification (other than cranking the T-bars) 32"s will fit without rubbing, and 33"s will fit but rub under certian conditions: i.e. extreme flex?
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