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Old 06-03-2010
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33s and 20s.

Does anybody on here have a lifted ranger with 33 inch tires with 20 inch rims? Im getting ready to get some new tires. I want 35s and 20s but i dont think i can fit them.
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Body lift and run the 35s! Its only like 150 bucks.
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There was an 98-00 ranger on here from Vegas that ran 20's and 33 inch mud grapplers. Can't remember the name tho.....
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i just know the kids name was brynn. went to school with him at one point. don't remember his username on here though. I thought about buying them.

and you'd fit 35's. but be prepared to spend a LOT of money. my dad dropped over 2k for his 37's for 20" wheels. enough to make him downsize to 17's when these tires wear out.

35's were like 1800ish for the nitto terra grapplers
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My main question is, why?
They are going to cost a lot more and be less functional off road with a smaller sidewall.
Some newer fullsize trucks look okay with 20s, but mostly because the trucks are bigger and the brakes are bigger as well. 20s and 33s on a Ranger will look retarded in my opinion. I have seen it but I don't remember where.

Having said that, 35s will rub if you actually wheel the truck. Although since you're looking at 20s I'm guessing that isn't a big issue. So my main argument is that is just plain isn't going to look good on that truck. I've seen a few Rangers with 17s and 33s that looked okay.
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Oh I see you started this exact same thread a year ago.
https://www.ranger-forums.com/f38/35s-5-lift-89070/
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if you want 20's lower your truck, not lift it
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agree
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