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Goin' Smaller?

Hey Folks,

I have a 97 Ranger Reg 2.3L 2WD

Currently I have 215 70 R15, the stock tires (according to what is on the door) is 225 60 R15, that being said, would a pair of 215 60 R15 be a bad idea? I am having a lot of trouble getting decent/used 15's in my area...


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no,. don't think it would be a bad idea, i put shorter tires on my 06 because of the drop... i went from 225/70/15's to 225/60/16's
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Thanks mang!
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