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32 inch bf goodrich mud terrains

will 32" tires fit on a 99 ranger 4x4 thats stock height right now, with no cutting. And minimal rub
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You will have to crank the torsion bars tho, do a search, it is everywhere
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They will fit fine.
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Yeah, I got 32" BFG AT's with no t-bar crank, cutting, or anything.
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they will rub tho.....mine rub with a superlift....i guess it all depends on ur backspacing tho...
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Get the right off set rim, you should be fine.
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will 32" tires fit on a 99 ranger 4x4 thats stock height right now, with no cutting. And minimal rub
so long you don't put 'em on 10" wheels, you're fine.


Here's mine on 15x8's with 4" backspace with virtually no torsion crank...

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No rub or anything even under normal wheelin' conditions. But if you go out and be stupid with the skinny pedal, they will tag body.
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