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Dueler A/T Revo P265/75R16 fit stock rims??

Yea pretty much what the tital says. I want a slightly larger tire but want to keep my stock 2005 fx4 ranger rims. Right now my tire size is P255/70R16. the whole idea behind this is because bigger tires look better plus I am thinking I might gain an in inch of ground clearence. So what do you guys think should I stick with my stock tire size or upgrade? How big can I go (keeping in mind my stock rim and teh Dueler Revo tire)? Right now I can't afford much modify thanks to my school exspenses (can't wait till that's all taken care of). Thanks
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265x75x16 will fit your rim and truck with 100% no modification at all hell you can even run a 285x75x16...
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here is the tire chart i made a while ago should clear anything up for ya...

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  • 15x7 stock - 30x9.5x15, 31x10.5x15, 32x11.5x15, 33x10.5x15(T-bar crank recommened), 33x12.5x15(will need triming and T-Bar crank)
  • 15x8 stock - 31x10.5x15, 32x11.5x15, 33x10.5x15(T-bar crank recommened), 33x12.5x15(will need triming and T-Bar crank)
  • 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...)
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Hey thanks Redneckstone!
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no problem dave, btw that chart is located in the sticky'ed topic in the top of wheels and tire section here...
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great tire man, i have my revos on right now. smooth, quiet, great in snow, good offroad. good luck with your purchase, the bigger the better.
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Oh man sorry about the post everyone, I should've checked the sticky! While I got this going does anyone have a pic of how a P265/75R16 looks on a Ranger since thats the biggest the Dueler Revos come in?
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yepper hold on

edit nvm i cant while i am at work stupid blockers

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Personally, I would go with the 285s, they will be cooler... a whole inch more "clearness" offroad...haha zach.
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Personally, I would go with the 285s, they will be cooler... a whole inch more "clearness" offroad...haha zach.

Ha ha I know just an inch. As far as I can tell the Revos don't come in the 285 range.
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so dont buy revo's problem solved lol...
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They have such good reviews. Right now I just need a better tire than the stock wrangler r/t's so Revos are my next choice.
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revo's BFG's or Procomp A/T is your best bet right now. personally i think the Revo's wear out way to damn fast for my liking but thats me...
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I had revo's on my Ranger, but I don't have any pics with me. They are good tires, but way too much money for them.
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i have this size and tire on FX4 wheels i use as my winter tires and they fit fine.
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yeah but you have a double lift mark. lol.

they fit stock. lemme see if i can find some pics of them on my truck.
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well they fit fine on the wheels lmao!!
not to bad in the rain either.
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