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BFG mud terrain ta questions

i was looking at getting a set of these for my truck and wanted to know if the would fit. I have a 2005 edge supercab 4x2. any ideas? i was lookignt o go with 31's or 33's.
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33's no 31's i believe so but u may want to make sure. Im sure someone will let u know for sure.
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You can do it with 31's but expect some rubbing!
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uh, an edge supercab will fit 32's

31's are not a problem, they come stock on Lvl2 rangers(4x4) and you have the 4x4 height with the torsion bars suspension in the edge.
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Neil has been running 33'sx10.5x15 on his stock FX4L2 for a long time now, they fix ok, 31x10.5x15 came stock on FX4L2.
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and I have never even touched the torsion bars
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yea, get the 33x10.50s. Great choice.
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i would go with 32's to be safe.

Before i got my lift i got my 33's mounted and i couldnt turn my wheels even half way on the way home.

I had to stop and put it in reverse and try again at the turn.

Even after the lift (before the t-bar crank) when i would turn a tight corner that was up a hill or hit a bump, the 33's would rub for a second.
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i would go with 32's to be safe.

Before i got my lift i got my 33's mounted and i couldnt turn my wheels even half way on the way home.

I had to stop and put it in reverse and try again at the turn.

Even after the lift (before the t-bar crank) when i would turn a tight corner that was up a hill or hit a bump, the 33's would rub for a second.
its because your to much of a wussy to crank them hahaha i had to do it for you!
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^^ dam you zach

mine arnt cracked...i didnt see it happen
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your also running 12.50, we've recommend 10.50s for that sole purpose you described.
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screw that. Crank em, Take the bumper off, and get glass.
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your also running 12.50, we've recommend 10.50s for that sole purpose you described.

ok nvm then
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screw that. Crank em, Take the bumper off, and get glass.
woot!

hell yea..body lift glass 35's baby!


hah but seriously, go fo the 32's at least, they fit fine
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woot!

hell yea..body lift glass 35's baby!


hah but seriously, go fo the 32's at least, they fit fine
No Body Lift
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i know! duh!..lol


i was saying get one!!!..or at least 33's and glass
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That's my plan once I get my glass painted / installed. I gotta figure out what to do with these brand new 31x10.5x15 BFG AT's though..
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plenty a guys on here would buy em..or get keep em for trash tires when you get new ones
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