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22s on 2010 sport 4x4

im lookin into putting 22s on my new truck. anybody know if they will rub or anything just at the stock height with stock suspension? i dont want to do any custom fitting so figure id ask
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What size tires you running stock? I'm assuming 235/70-16's?
You could do it and be fine, but you'll have to run a 35 series tire. Like 255/35 or so. How wide do you plan on going?
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Well its going to depend on tire size you plan on running on them along with off set of the rim an stuff.
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its going to depend on tires more than anything.
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Or you can purchase a set of 20s already on tires off of a Ford Edge.....and you'd have no problems. They are 5x4.5, same with the new Explorers and Lincoln crossover. You could do it all Ford stock and have a look no one has.
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I'm thinking anyone wanting to put 22's on probably isn't going for the stock look. lol
I was just thinking, you could run a 40 series and it'll be about an inch taller than stock which would be fine on your truck.
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not to be an *** but i think its going to look gay as hell 18s look huge on a ranger IMO
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Just because you say not to be an *** doesn't make you not look like one. Hes not asking for opinions, he's asking for information.


Like everyone else said, tire size will make a big difference. I would find a shop that will let you test fit them before purchasing, I know Discount Tire here does that.
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Like everyone said, it is all a matter of backspacing and tire size. As long as over width and diameter isn't increased too much, and the center of the tire is close to the same position as stock it will generally be fine.
We would need to know more about tire size, wheel width and backspacing to help you make a better call, or talk to a tire shop.
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