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Old 04-15-2011
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35's or 37's

I'm trying to decide between 35's or 37's and 4.88's either way. Some help would be appreciated. In addition, if anyone could possibly photoshop both on my truck that would be amazing. Heres a pic of how it sits now. I'm leaning more and more toward 35 km2's [IMG][/IMG]

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i would just go up to 35s.
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And some gap gaurds
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35s and save gas and power
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35's...KM2's would look good
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37's and 20's!
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hah go big or go home!
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Go with 35's, you will already be maxing out the wheelbearing assembles and with 37's you will only accelerate that fact.

+1 on the gap guards.
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I thought i read somewhere on here that you dont really want to go over 35s with the IFS but its your truck and it would probalby look pretty good if you had 37s
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ya it has gap guards on it now lol, three of the pics were before i did the coilover swap. But the one that is after the swap doesnt have the front ones because i took them off to do the conversion and havent had a chance to put them back on yet but 35 km2 are really high on my list because of the price
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If you are going beat on it and drive 15k plus a year 35s. If not try the 37s, if you don't you will always have it in the back of your mind you should have. I did not notice too much difference between 35s and 37s, both felt big on a ranger, but one looks a lot larger.
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just go in between and get a 36 lol
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I say 35's, but if you go 37's i would get 17" rims
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i would never want to go to a 37 on a stock ranger front end
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