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Anyone running 32x11.5x15??

Just wondering if anyone runs this setup and has pictures. I tried doing a search but had no luck! I'm not looking to put a whole of money into this setup but any info would help. Could I get away with a few cranks to the torsion bar?? Im looking to buy the Geolander a/t plusII.
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I'm running 32x11.50 BFG AT's on my 01 Edge with a 2" torsion bar crank. They fit just fine and look/perform awesome. Any bigger would be too big for stock height in my opinion, some say you can fit 33x10.50s but i like the wider tire better. Check out my CarDomain link in my sig for a couple more pics.

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Nice

Thanks for the reply, ur truck looks great! Whats the possibilty of trying to fit a size widder like a 12.5?
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it gets really tight almost have to max the t-bars to do it and trim a little on the front valance and a tad on the fender flares if you have them
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Need to look like this...

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Need to look like this...

Bah, who needs all that tacky add-on stuff kidding only, of course, its just not the look I'm going for. A Westin bar with at most two lights, and a set of rocksliders is all that I'll add to my truck. Maybe a bedcover if I get crazy. I do like the stance of yours though, I want to add a set of 15x8's to give the tires a little wider track.

Like Redneckstone said, the 11.5 is about all that'll fit in a stock height size wheelwell. As my truck sits now, it rubs on the front inner fender/engine guard, the flexible rubber one, not the actual fenderwell. Anything larger than the 11.5 would be sure to rub on more stationary parts. Now, if you want to fit a 33x12.50, the easy solution is a 3" body lift, then you'll have plenty of room to fit them.
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Bah, who needs all that tacky add-on stuff kidding only, of course, its just not the look I'm going for.

good thing you put "kidding"

there's not all that much "add on stuff"

i wouldn't hardly call it tacky, though...
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Great pics......just about the same look I was wanting to go for!
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good thing you put "kidding"

i wouldn't hardly call it tacky, though...
i do like the roof rack though, if i get a bedcover i want to mount one to the cover. also thought about getting a camper shell and mounting one to the top. what's the backspacing on your wheels?
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Eagle Alloys
Series 054 - Polished

SIZE : 15x8
PATTERN : 5 on 4.5
OFFSET : -30 mm
BSM : 3.25
CAP : 3107-06
LOAD : 2100 lbs.
WEIGHT: 21 lbs.
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yea i ahve 33x10.50x15 on stock suspension...perform amazing off road
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Do you think that 32x11.5, will fit without rubbing with a 2" leveling kit on my 97?
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Do you think that 32x11.5, will fit without rubbing with a 2" leveling kit on my 97?
personally i dont think so i have a 2" lift on mine with 32x10.5x16 and the 10.5 is REALLY close
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Here's what mine looks like on 32x11.5x15's

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I was looking at 32x11.5x15 BFG MT's for my dads 03 Edge ext. cab stepside...will they fit on the stock rims..under the stock body? or will there be some work needed?
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^ i did it, w/ cranking the tbars...
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what do u have to do to crank the t/bars? sorry..new to this stuff...mostly into atvs but thought i'd get the truck lookin nice..will it work without crankin them..or does it look better? thanks again.
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try the search function.

top right.
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That's 33x12.5 on a 15x8" wheel, cranked torsion bars, stock suspension since someone asked about them. Trimmed the fenders, but it still rubbed on U-turns and occasionally when off-roading.
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hey, i have a 98 ext cab ranger 4x4 with factory fender flares. i would like to run 32x11.5x15 tires, but i would also like to run a smaller backspaced rim so the tires stick out quite a bit farther than stock. i was planning on crankin the tbars to gain some height and either run a taller block or some different shackles for the rear. i guess my main question is what backspacing can i run to get a bad *** stance without having to hack the fender flares off? thanks
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I've got 3.75 bs w/my 32's. It has a nice stance to it, but I got a stepside and no fender flares.
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so maybe like a 3.25 backspace or something like that?
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That would be my guess. I may be wrong, somebody chime in if so, but I think that is the next thing after 3.75. I'm not sure if therre is anything in between. Since I don't have fender flares, mine stick out an inch or so?
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yeah the backspacing i will be going with i guess will be 3 5/16 because thats what i can get the classic 2's in. anyone else have any suggestions let me know, i want them to stick out past the flares a tad.
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