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07 XL 2WD Fitment question

I know its probably the 3 millionth time to be asked but I want to make sure.

I want to run the factory steel wheels with 30x9.50x15 A/T Tires.
What problems, if any will I have on a stock height 2WD 2007 Ranger?

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30's will fit. May rub on big bumps a bit
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Here is my truck, with 30's, I am also 2wd but xlt.

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Here is my truck, with 30's, I am also 2wd but xlt.

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Thanks man...those look good on your truck...you sold me on them.
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With my 3.55 gears, I got 22 mpg on my last road trip (90kph all the way), and that is with a 4.0 SOHC!
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wont rub at all! 30" is almost what comes stock so yeah... I would say get 32"s!
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Ain't no way 32's would fit on my truck, at least not without carving it up like a thanksgiving turkey.
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i ran 31x10.50's on my truck stock and mines a 2000 xlt 3.0 2wd and it had minor rubbing on hard turns not rubbing at all when every day driving you should realy consider 31x10.50 bfg a/t's
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