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i dont know what width

I want 15's but I would like to know what is the widest wheel that wont rub when i turn. I want all four wheels to be the same dimensions, and you should know that my truck is a 96 ranger 2wd reg cab, not lifted, stock suspension settings.
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31 x 10.50 x 15
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I want 15's but I would like to know what is the widest wheel that wont rub when i turn. I want all four wheels to be the same dimensions, and you should know that my truck is a 96 ranger 2wd reg cab, not lifted, stock suspension settings.
ha the widest is 8. 10 with some lift. 12 with alot of lift and as far as tires go 31 10.50 maybe
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I want 15's but I would like to know what is the widest wheel that wont rub when i turn. I want all four wheels to be the same dimensions, and you should know that my truck is a 96 ranger 2wd reg cab, not lifted, stock suspension settings.
Just to clear it up, are you talking about just tires, or wheels?

You only fit like 30's I think with the 2wd of that gen. Width wise I don't think anything over 9-10.5
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all depends on the back spacing of ur rims too
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all depends on the back spacing of ur rims too
And remember, he doesn't have torsion bars to crank either, only coils.
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ahh yeah.. forgot
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I'd probably go with a 15x8 wheel.
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15x8 with 3.75bs is what I have on mine. I cleared 31s just fine with no lift, just throwing that out there.
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I'd probably go with a 15x8 wheel.
Thanks. I am going to go with these
Rim Size: 15 x 8 Bolt Circle: 5-4 1/2, 4 3/4 Rear Spacing: 4 1/2
and try to just get some whitewalls.

I am going for the vintage look.
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