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On my 01 ranger supercab. I have 245 tires, can I go 265 without a lift? It looks pretty close on the front end but the back has plenty of room, any pics of a ranger with 265? Thank you
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Yep i have 265/70 on my ranger and i know alot of people with the 265/75/16 on theres too. They fit just fine. Hell you could fit 285's on your ranger with just a t-bar crank.
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That looks nice. I have a shell on my bed and with the 245's the truck looks small and like its about to fall over.
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IMO I would go with a 265/75/16 and a small t-bar crank....
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yup 265/75/r16s look decent with a lil t-bar crank. Last couple pics are with a phone so they look like $!#t.
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with a tbar crank u need an alignment.
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I never needed an alignment but I didnt crank them all the way
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285/70/16 are the about the same size as 33x12.5-15. are you sure they will fit with no rubbing?
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