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fitment question

can an 02 xlt 4x4 handle a 15 inch rim with no modification. more specifically a 15x8???
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Yes. With correct backspacing. 3.25 or 4" i believe are both used.

4 is more aftermarket, wider stance

15x8 3.25"(i believe,backspacing)comes from factory on lvl 2 rangers.
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sweet...i ask because i was going to buy a set of Eagle 187's wrapped in BFG AT's (of course) and by looking, i just didn't think i could fit a set over my rotors...
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