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would people with 31's on there truck lifted or not post pics because i am about to but a set of 31" buckshots and i just wanted an idea what my truck might look like lifted or not lifted
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look at your truck right now.....it likely has 30.5's on it right now anyway.

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here's my truck back in the day stock on 31's....
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But in my opinion......get 32x11.50s. They fit perfectly fine in stock form, and don't look bad when lifted either....
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Here's 32's and 3" bodylift...
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stock 03 on stock 31's


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right now they have 28's i was going to get 35's but the deal fell through and i was going to lift my truck to make them fit but i still might come off the cash to get the 35's

heres the deal im getting let me know whats better
4-31's buckshots on soft 8's-$250
6-35's BFG mud terrian 2 new and other 4 95% tread 4 on rims that dont fit my truck-$400
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THE BFGS!! that's a killer deal bro. Rims will only be like $200 if you go steel. I got my 85-90% 35x12.50 Goodyear MT/R's for $450 on yota rims. Oh yea....and I ran just a 3" body lift on 35's.....
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99' with 31's...
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with 32's with nothin but torsion crank...
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yea so if added a 3in body lift on my truck i could run 35's with no problem
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yea so if added a 3in body lift on my truck i could run 35's with no problem
Crank your tbars pretty good. It only rubbed the left inner fender at full left turn. Keep in mind, I have no flares, and no valence. That might have helped the 35's clear better. I was not comfortable wheelin' it, so I didn't. Street driving is perfectly fine...no problems what so ever.
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yea that is a killer deal!
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sweet i am hopng the guy gets back to me tonight and that this other guy buys my fourwheeler then things would go smoothly so i can do alot more to my truck light a rol bar and a baja bar
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i here the pic ***** calling my name!!!

31's stock:

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31's & 3" lift

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31's & 6" lift

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the only other thing is that the rims needed are 16.5 and i didnt know if they made rims that size for a ranger
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outch! don't get them bfgs then.....no wheel company makes a 16.5 wheel in 5x4.5 bolt pattern.
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what size tires can you even fit on stock lift???
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yea thats what i figured the deal was too good to be true darn
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