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Old 02-20-2007
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How BiG!!! (pics)

Ok so i have a 2002 ford ranger 2wd and my tire are close to bald and are ugly (still from previouse owner) so i need to replace them.i want to put bigger off/streat tires that i can use now at the standard hight and still look good after i put a 3"inch lift on it.the point is i have the money for the tires (cause i need them) but not yet the lift and new rims.so what size tires will still look good once its lifted.and arent out rangous in price..thnks!here some pics of the size i have because of possible susspension sag. oh and this is the size that is curently on

P215/75R15 100S M+S

P215/75R15 M+S

First pic is the distance between the tire and in the directioin of the front bumpper.



this next ones the distance between the tire and the front door (front tire)



this ones of in the direction of the front door to the back wheel



and this ones of the back wheel to the back.




and these next pics are of how bad my tires look currently front tire



back tire



thnks guys
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oooo... you're doing a BL? but i dont know really know what to tell you.. you could try to squeeze some 31's... itll be close, but they wont look good with a 3in lift
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either dont get tires now or dont get a BL...32 is the smallest id go with the BL and your not going to fit those on your truck as it sits...
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im going to go to the tire dealer and see about fitting on the 31 thnks any particular brand that are good price wise?and if i can get something around 31 would it look ok?because maybe i could keep those 31 until i got other ones after the 31 wear down.because eventually i want it lifted and i need tires now!darn it sucks having to do projects one at a time.thnks guys any other ideas from ppl?
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honestly from experience get ****TY tires now and then after the lift buy some good tires... like for now go buy some of the same size crap brand tires and just run them till the lift then get some nice big tires... i did the exact opposite and i get screwed in the long run it took me about 4 months to get the cash to get tires after the lift when it would of been do right after if i had waited ...
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Is that really a 15 inch wheel? looks tiny.
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