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Old 11-06-2009
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31x10.5x15 BFG All Terrains, I had this question, so heres the pics to answer it

2004 Ranger Edge, No Lift, No T-Bar Crank, just 31x10.5x15 BF Goodrich All Terrain TA KO Tires. I searched a lot in the forums looking to see if anyone could answer will they rub, no they dont. there is a great thread with what size will fit what, but it didnt have pics. so heres mine, hopefully this thread helps noobs (like me) answer the question before they post a question thread.







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You need to wash your wheels and crank your t-bars. Truck looks good though.
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^I need to refinish my wheels, the rears are pitted and full of brake dust. But Thanks, T-Bar Crank would be tomorrow. But im outta town. Any suggestion to revamp the wheels?
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sweet.. ya that question has been murdered around here.. ya they dont rub.. i had these on my 93' for the winter and they were okay.. they spun at pretty much every light/stop sign i came to but were definitely better than the bald stockers i have now..
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Looks good! You need to crank your T-Bars and if your roads are extremely bad like here in Winnipeg just air down the tires a little bit. Also I would of put the white walls to the inside. And as far as redoing your wheels, you'll probably need to strip them and reclear them.
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That size tire fit stock on my truck no rub and my truck is coil sprung.

Looks good
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Looks good. As for the wheels, you could always scuff them up and paint them.
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You can run 32x11.5 without rubbing too
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Thats a Lie.

if you have front mud flaps like me, the driverside rubs on the mudflap bolt =(
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