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285/75/16...Will they fit?

I have a 98 4x4 4.0 V6..the big boy and im rollin on 265/75/16s right now. I have The Dueler A/Ts which are complete junk so I will be getting the BFG All-terrains. Will 285/75/16 will they fit on my rig without a t-crank or BL? And if anyone has any pics of this tire size, I would like to see what they look like. Thanks so much!!
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You are going to have to crank your tbars, but they should fit snugly. My next set of BFGs should be 285/75R16s.. as soon as i can afford the $800 price tag =/
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if you rub in the front it will be very small rubbage and be on the sway bar
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i have them with a small t-bar crank

but there is another member on here that has them also and he has 98-00 model in think

http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2502270/1
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yea they fit great with your t bars cranked to the max... i have them but i suggest not wheeling to hard or you can end up bending your fenders up,...if your thinking about it go for it, only with the t bars up though!
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Here's a pic of a ranger with 285/75R16s....

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I had Evan's Cooper Discovery STT's on my truck, 285/75/16's with a T-bar crank. I was out on the beach one time and hit a deep rut and thought I ripped my inner fender's off, tire grabbed something. Like he said above, as long as your not a hardcore offroader you should be fine.
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they will fit if you dont mind some rubbing. Heres my 33x12.5x15 on 15x8 no tbar crank have minor rubbing on inner fender well a and had to trim a little off the valance

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99 Ranger, 3 cranks on the T Bar (for appearence purposes only), no rubbing, it looks like they were ment to be there :-)
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I'm Gonna run 33's and crank the tbar. I've been told I would be fine.
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