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Old 02-27-2016
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Biggest tire size for a stock 2010 2xd Ranger

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Old 02-27-2016
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You can never go wrong with 30's. however, 31" tires would fit but you will experience rubbing with it.
you might wanna check out this thread too
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I think the max tire size you can run is 265/60R18 to avoid any rubbing issues.
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If you don't want to deal with rubbing or do trimming try a 30" I believe that doesn't rub
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Old 03-21-2016
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My truck came with 30" tires on it, and there was plenty of room to go to a 31" tire.
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32 inch without lifting.
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What I run

I run 265/75R16 (31".5) in the winter with only minor rubbing on the sway bar. And run 265/70R16 (30".5) in the summer with no rub at all. I wouldn't go any larger then 31" unless you want to crank the keys or add a body lift. If you want to use your truck off-roading I would stay with the 30"/31" or you will risk ripping off or destroying the fender flares or bumper. Hope this helps!
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Old 09-19-2017
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Originally Posted by BigRedRanger View Post
I run 265/75R16 (31".5) in the winter with only minor rubbing on the sway bar.
Have you cranked your T-bars at all? Are you on stock wheels? I was looking to run some 265/75r16s as well. I can crank my bars and put a larger block in the rear but I wanted to see what others have done. I'd hate to have to get different keys and my ride to stiff.

I miss my '02. She cold handle 33s with no lift!

Here how it sits now with the stock 255/70r16s
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Old 09-20-2017
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After reading multiple threads and this thread which was super helpful.

I just switched to 31x10.5r15 yesterday from stock 235x75r15. I went with the Falken Wildpeak A/T3W and so far they ride really good on the highway and streets without much noise. I won't get any off roading on them for a couple weeks. Doing the Mojave road in November so that should give these a good test.

Thanks again for creating this message thread and the tables. They helped a lot.
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