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32x11.5

I searched came up with all 33 in tire stuff so sorry if this has been posted. Im pretty sure i could but want to know if the bfg a/t 32x11.5 will fit on my truck stock?
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i think so, i think thats what Zach is running, and he has a small p...., i mean truck like yours.
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Sure will. 33s will fit on a 2wd edge
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I ran 33x12.5 on my truck stock for awhile, but it rubbed. 32x11.5 will fit with no rubbing with a t-bar crank.
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I ran 33x12.5 on my truck stock for awhile, but it rubbed. 32x11.5 will fit with no rubbing with a t-bar crank.
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Sure will. 33s will fit on a 2wd edge
GUYS HE DOES NOT HAVE A NEWER T-BAR TRUCK look before you give advice that doesnt imply!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!





ok now to answer your question I highly doupt it with out a Front Leveling block I am running a 32x10.5x16 on my truck and i know if i went to a 32x11.5x15 it would not fit and it would hit the fender. get a front leveling block and then MAYBE if you are running stock rims it should fit if you have a smaller BS wheel then no i highly doupt it..
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Zach woke up on the wrong side of the crib
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Zach woke up on the wrong side of the crib
NO am suck of people not reading fully and giving out wrong information
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am suck? lol j/j Even if I read it I would think he had torsion bars as I have no idea when ford started putting them on
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zach his truck is 4x4, so they would probably fit, i think he has a TTB suspension? im not really sure how they did it in 93 for 4wd.
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^^ i thought because of the 4x4 i stand a little taller then say your truck zach and would b able to fit them.
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That's what I thought. Since it was a 4x4 that either it would sit high enough to, or that it had tbars.

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Roll guy I believe they will. My old boss had a 96 ranger 4x4 with wide 31s on his, and they fit fine. Try it, tires can always be taken back!

OH and for the ppl who don't pay attention in ranger class...

Pre- 98 equals ttb suspension. 2WD and 4WD alike, cept for ride height, which can vary a lot(you see tall old rangers drivin around and those tiny 2wd ones scrapin the ground)

Post 98 - all 4WD rangers are torsion bar suspension. 2wd rangers are uhh spring or coil over, can't remember the term, EXCEPT EDGE which have torsion bars.

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zach his truck is 4x4, so they would probably fit, i think he has a TTB suspension? im not really sure how they did it in 93 for 4wd.
yes it s a TTB or "I-beam" you could call it. the 4x4 arnt much taller then the 2wd trucks suprisingly the "lift" they have is just the tires for the front now the rears get blocks where 2wd get no blocks. been around and around with this on a few guys. for ****s and giggles when i was at the auto store i had them get a 4x4 shock and a 2wd shock off the shelf and guess what they are a SAME lenth from the front...odd yes i know and they mount in the same spot because 2wd or 4x4 uses the same radiis arm.



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^^ i thought because of the 4x4 i stand a little taller then say your truck zach and would b able to fit them.
like i just sayed you acully suspension wise are not taller in the front. but do you have a pic of the truck I can tell right off what needs to be done on the older "i-beam" trucks just by looking at them...
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Roll guy I believe they will. My old boss had a 96 ranger 4x4 with wide 31s on his, and they fit fine. Try it, tires can always be taken back!

OH and for the ppl who don't pay attention in ranger class...

Pre- 98 equals ttb suspension. 2WD and 4WD alike, cept for ride height, which can vary a lot(you see tall old rangers drivin around and those tiny 2wd ones scrapin the ground)

Post 98 - all 4WD rangers are torsion bar suspension. 2wd rangers are uhh spring or coil over, can't remember the term, EXCEPT EDGE which have torsion bars.

Aaron
what you sayed right there is SO true its nutz there was a 4x4 ranger my year sat lower then my truck did STOCK with my little tires i was suprised
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So my sister who bought a 2001 4x4 is thinking about buying 32x11.5x15 tires along with 15x8 steelies and wondering if they would fit? Rims have 4" backspacing. Im thinking it will but does anyone run these stock?
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So my sister who bought a 2001 4x4 is thinking about buying 32x11.5x15 tires along with 15x8 steelies and wondering if they would fit? Rims have 4" backspacing. Im thinking it will but does anyone run these stock?
yes yes yes yes yes and .................yes
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lol thanks man :)
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lol thanks man :)
yep only thing if she/he doesnt want to crank the t-bars and it has the mud flaps on it you might have to take them off thats all have fun
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Who runs that size stock?
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Who runs that size stock?
what are you talking about colin? he is asking if he can fit the tire with out changing the suspension is what he means
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Alright.. That's just not what he asked.. He asked "..does anyone run these stock?"

The answer would be no. The largest diameter tire you can get stock is 31". And I think the widest is the LII BFG's again, at 10.5".
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Alright.. That's just not what he asked.. He asked "..does anyone run these stock?"

The answer would be no. The largest diameter tire you can get stock is 31". And I think the widest is the LII BFG's again, at 10.5".
colin your making this WAY to tenical spot over anilzing LOL its just how he phased it i understood what he ment its cool man you dont have to harp him on his grammer
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cant u figure out what i ment by the rest of the posts?
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cant u figure out what i ment by the rest of the posts?
he wasnt talking about your post he was talking about "CanadianXLT" post. btw these on?
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O opps sorry. lol no they arent on and probably never will be because of the unexpected front end issues that cost me just over $500. So i will be buying some stockers with about 5k on them for cheap b4 winter and by summer i should have my truck paid off, body lift, and 33's. :)
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