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Classic Will They Fit

Hey guys so i picked up a 91 Ranger XLT 4x4 today, and hope to get some BFG KM2's tomorrow, i looked in the tire fitment thread and saw that it only goes till 92, so my question is will i be able to fit 31x10.5's with the stock suspension? if so, how much rubbing is to be expected? or are 30x9.5's a better choice? hope to have a few replies before i order tires tomorrow

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youll regret gettin the 30x9.5 they are tiny!! get the 31s they wont rub bad at all
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thats what i was thinking, would like some more opinions! thanks
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