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New Guy with wheel ?

Hello I'm new to the ranger world after just buying my 1st ranger. Its a 1990 2.3 2 wheel drive. The question I have what size wheel can I run without having rubing issues? It has 14x6 but I would like to go bigger. I saw a post/thread about his but for a 1990 the showed 15 inch. thanks inadvance kevin
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You can probably run a 20" wheel, just depends on what size tire your running.
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I would say 18" cobra R's on low-pro's
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I think the main question here is, how much bigger? Are you wanting to go with the biggest size possible?
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Thanks for the input guys. I was thinking 16 or 17 mustang wheels.
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