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how tall are these

sorry for all the ? but how tall aer these

235/75R15
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~29"

depending on manufacture
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small than stock torsion bar/4x4 ranger tires, but taller than stock 2wd coil sprung ranger.
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small than stock torsion bar/4x4 ranger tires, but taller than stock 2wd coil sprung ranger.
doesn't the 4x4 ranger come with a 29" tire?
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some 2wd EDGE trucks came with 235/75/15's

some 4wd 98+ trucks came with 235/75/15's

others came with 245/75/16's and some other 16" sizes on the newer models
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so they will be a bit small owell i can slap 31 on when they wear out
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my edge came stock with 245/75 16's.
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my 2000 ORP 4x4 came with 265's
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this is my 4x4 truck with 235-75-15 and no torsion crank


same truck on 265-70-17 (roughly 32x10.5) as you can see you can definately fit bigger tires than 235's without even cranking the torsion bars
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woah...sorry dudes. I think 245/75r16s as stock 4x4, and 225/75r15 stock on a 2wd coil sprung. my bad.



Anyway......

235/75r15 = 28.9" tall.

http://www.miata.net/cgi-bin/tirescgi
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235/75/R15's are stock for mine. Gonna get the 265's when these wear out. Thanks Joe for the Before/After shots! My truck's a '98 and has the exact wheel/tire setup as your Before shot. Think I'll keep the rims though, I really like them.
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