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Old 12-31-2007
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235x75x15 pic

Does anybody have a pic of a 2wd ranger with 235x75x15's? Im going to be ordering this size for my 98, but cant find a pic with the tires on the truck.
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stand by....

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Cancel that. My old work truck ranger...I put 235/75s on it. I don't have a pic....just the old stock continentals. Sorry bro for the useless post. lol.
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lol , thanks for trying!
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i'll try to help.....it looks coool. It looks like somebody put 32s on stock 4x4.....you are upping the size on a coil sprung 2wd. I though it looked really beefy for a stock 2wd. DO IT!
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i have 30s but no pic...235s are just alil smaller...it will be fine...it should feel the fender wells like mine well mines kinda stuffed...the 225x70 that come stock look like wheels for my rx7 LOL...come to think of it i dont know anyone on here running 235s off hand...
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Stock Goodyears on my 04 2wd EDGE

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supper old pic with 235's

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235/75/15, stock xlt 2wd
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how wide are 235x75s...i am thinking of down sizing...but the 9.50 foot print is really good for what i do...but they do feel in the fender well nice
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wow they are that close to size...hm...might be looking into them
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bigger pic of my 2WD with 235/75/15s, stock goodyears



how the truck looks now(muddy and dirty) with other rims and aggressive tread 235/75/15s, no fitment issues at all.

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does it pull them fine? i know with my 30s i could tell alil drop in take off with my 3.73 gears
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not a problem, mines a 2.5l with 3.73s, and I can smoke them both:D

also, according to the police radar display box /trailer they park around here, my speedo is dead on. I pinned it at 45mph, and the radar said 45mph.

accoding to my truck door label, it came with 225/75/R15s, should be able to go to 245s or better no problem.
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a long long time ago...


EDIT: man i need to wax my truck again

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