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2000 ford ranger tires

Anyone ever fit 32's on a 2000 4x4 ranger with stock suspension(no lift)?
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i ran them on my truck with just t-bars cranked
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Can you do it without cranking the t-bars?
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Im running 265/75R16's (31.5") without a T-bar crank. You may have a little bit of rubbing at full lock but you should be fine.
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32s should fit fine with out a t bar crank mud flaps may have to come off tho. also if you run a 7in wheel and crank the t bars you can clear 33s
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stock everything with 32s

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stock everything with 32s

do those ever rub at full crank? And are those 11.5 inches wide?
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i'm pretty much positive you can clear them with out cranking the t-bars.
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alright guys thanks
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just rubbed the sway bar at full lock, not much though.
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Redneckstone ran some 32X11.5 on some 15X7s on his 98'-00' ranger, I don't think he had a problem, pm him
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just rubbed the sway bar at full lock, not much though.
Will moving from a stock ranger backspace wheel to a 3.75 inch back spacing help to stop the tire from rubbing on the sway bars?
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Will moving from a stock ranger backspace wheel to a 3.75 inch back spacing help to stop the tire from rubbing on the sway bars?
Yup!
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Yup!

will it stop it completely? btw my truck has seen nothing but paved road so i think the suspension is in good shape.
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yes it should. my rim backspacing is 3.75 and my tires dont rub at all!
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im running 33.x12.5 stock only cranked t bars no rubbing unless i flex alot.
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