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Can I Fit 33's On My Stock Ranger?

Hey what up? Ok, heres the scoop, I have a 2000 XLT 4X4 OffRoad Pkg, right now, its got 31" - 10.50" on it. Can I fit 33"s on this without a lift or a t-bar crank. My old man is pretty set on NO LIFT policy, so im just trying to figure out what the biggest set of wheels i can fit on here without a lift or the t-bar crank? Any and all help is much appreciated!
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no it will rub, and you will need a torsion crank and bumper vallance trimming
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Yes you can. 33/10.5/15 and 265/75/16 both fit on stock Edge and 4x4 models.
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im talking bout a 33x12.5 on a 15x8 or 15x10 rim, it will rub, there is a thread that redneckstone made on tire fittings somewhere
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He didn't ask about a 33/12.5 though.. just a 33
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Ok, so your saying that if i wanted to put 265/75r16 BFG All-Terrain T/AŽ KO's on my ranger, i could without a lift of anykind? cuz that would be perfect!
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a 265 is pretty much a 31...youde be buying the same tire you have....I have 265's on my truck soon to be 285's tomorrow
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So whats the diff between a 265 and a 245?
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about an inch....245 = 30.4 265= About a 31.6 285 = 32.5ish
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And im assuming a 285 needs atleast a t-bar crank?
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ill be able to tell you tomorrow lol
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Good deed! I just called a tire store, and they told me, that a 265 would, should, fit w/o lift or rubbing, and that a 285, would need a lift, and will likely rub on a stock ranger. So i think im going with the 265's! So whats the damage gonna be for you, where you getting them from. They tellin me, $924.00 out the door, i can get them much cheaper off Summit.

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285's will go on without a lift, minor rubbing, i got 265's for $535 mounted and balanced, Yokohama Geolander AT II
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you can fit 35's on an edge with a t bar crank.. i did it.. minor rubing...
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try this link to tell you what size is comparabletire conversion
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they didnt fit on mine, they rubbed on the mud flap
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This is someone's truck that is a member of the boards. I forget his name though. :x

I believe they are 33x1250R15 BFG AT KO's with only a t-bar crank.

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^ that truck looks good :)
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FYI Newbie NEVER NEVER Listen to 1 thing a tire store says EVER...now we have that out of the way READ....

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Originally Posted by Redneckstone

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XLT 4x4, XLT Offroad, Trailhead(mild T-bar crank always recommened for leveling purposes, always remeber to get an alignment)(may want to also replace T-bars do to T-bar sag)
  • 15x7 stock - 30x9.5x15, 31x10.5x15, 32x11.5x15, 33x10.5x15(T-bar crank recommened), 33x12.5x15(will need triming and T-Bar max)
  • 15x8 stock - 31x10.5x15, 32x11.5x15, 33x10.5x15(T-bar crank recommened), 33x12.5x15(will need triming and T-Bar max)
  • 15x8 & 15x10 body lift or suspension - 32x11.5x15, 33x10.5x15, 33x12.5x15, 35x12.5x15(triming also involved in multible areas and T-bar max...), 325x60x15(31x12.9x15)
  • 16x7 stock - 255x70x16, 265x70x16, 265x75x16, 285x75x16(mild T-bar crank recommeded but might not be needed.)
  • 16x8 stock - 265x75x16, 285x75x16(same as above) 295x75x16(T-bar crank recommened and maybe trim.)
  • 16x8 or 16x10 body lift or suspension - 265x75x16(16x8 only), 285x75x16, 305x75x16, 315x75x16(triming also involved in multible areas and T-bar max...)
next time look at the STICKY thread in the forum you posted in its the FIRST topic in this Wheels and tire forum...dear god here spoon feed it to ya...

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...reply&p=309998
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I did before i posted this thread. But either one, im a moron, or that is just impossible to understand. I dont know, i was more confused after reading it. No offense to the poster. Ive already decided what im doing anyways. But thanks for the help!
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I would be the person that made it what are you confused by
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