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31" or 32" T/A KO's for my 2000 3.0L ranger?

decided to go with BFG All-Terrain T/A KO

with only a $15 difference, is there a noticable performance difference between these 2 sizes of tires?
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4x4?


go 32".
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4x4?


go 32".
2WD
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If it's a 2WD coil-sprung, go with 30's.

If it's the 2WD Trail-Head, go with the 32's.
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Dude, I think you are fine either way. I am running 31's on my 2wd and they are fine but I need to regear because I have the 2.5L. What gears do you have now?
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If it's a 2WD coil-sprung, go with 30's.

If it's the 2WD Trail-Head, go with the 32's.
coil, but i'm def goin 31 at least

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Dude, I think you are fine either way. I am running 31's on my 2wd and they are fine but I need to regear because I have the 2.5L. What gears do you have now?
it's completely stock. dunno what the diff ratio is
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Well, if ya get the chance, look inside your driver door at the sticker and tell us what your axle code is.
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Well, if ya get the chance, look inside your driver door at the sticker and tell us what your axle code is.
it says 97 (which apparently equates to 4.10)
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Lucky, I think you are fine then with either 31's or 32's either way you go with the 3.0L
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The only thing I do not know if 32's will clear or not at stock height. Hopefully someone will chime in on wether or not they will fit. I know for sure 31's will fit 2wd stock.
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The only thing I do not know if 32's will clear or not at stock height. Hopefully someone will chime in on wether or not they will fit. I know for sure 31's will fit 2wd stock.
ahhh just checked the stickied thread.... 32s wont fit (and it says i may need to trim for 31's)

guess i'm goin w/ 31's. thanks all
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Is this for your 2000 dude? I have had my tires at full lock on 31's before I lifted it and they do not rub.
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31's with 4.10 on my 3.0 and it feels like being back to stock, now im looking to go 33's....
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Is this for your 2000 dude? I have had my tires at full lock on 31's before I lifted it and they do not rub.
probably depends on the wheel backspacing. I'm putting these on cragar soft-8s (4" backspacing)
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Well, I have mine on the stockers so whatever that is.
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4.5 stock
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I would go 31" max for the stock setup.
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