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33x12.5r15 question

is there any problems with putting 33s on a ranger? my dad seems to think its too big of a tire and it will completly mess up my front end. i need some input please.
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your wanting to put 33s on your 2wd, do you have any sort of lift
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yeah i got a 3 inch body lift and a 2 inch coil spring spacer to level it out
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I shouldn't hurt anything at all as long as everything is in good shape to begin with!
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will be fine just causes more wear on the bearings .... Make sure to check them more...
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Should be fine with 33's. And do you have a 5spd or auto?
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Man I haven't seen you around town. I thought I had pretty much the only lifted Ranger around here. I put 33s on mine almost a year ago and couldn't be happier with them!
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Should be fine with 33's. And do you have a 5spd or auto?
auto. would that make a difference?
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Man I haven't seen you around town. I thought I had pretty much the only lifted Ranger around here. I put 33s on mine almost a year ago and couldn't be happier with them!
yeah there arent many here. i think theres only 2 other lifted rangers.
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I saw you driving around today. You really need to convince your dad to let you get those tires!
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lol yah i saw u in my rear view. im goin against his word anyways. i was going to get some tires this weekend but now i might have to replace an i beam. so ill prolly have to wait another week.
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