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Old 03-30-2007
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Here's my '99 XLT 2wd on 3" spindles and 32x11.5 BFG Mudders. Stock 15x7 Explorer rims


I didn't realize that you could fit 32's on stock 15's..... Truck looks good BTW!
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I didn't realize that you could fit 32's on stock 15's..... Truck looks good BTW!
um ya i have 32x11.5x15 on stock 15x7 alcoa's you can mount 33x12.5x15 on stock wheels too you just wont have full contact patch with the road
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Not to ***** the thread anymore but what psi are you running?
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me? 32-33 psi ish
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I have not had ANY rubbing problems with my 32s. The closest the tires come to rubbing is on the driver's side front fender where the parking brake bulge is in the plastic. But again, I have never had the tires rub.

I also have a set of 31x10.5 All Terrains, and they look to small in my opinion.


But not as small as these!




And just for fun, here is what my 32s looked like on my grandmother's '02 XLT 2wd!


You could trim this part pretty easy


A little more of a problem, but liveable if you wanted 32s on stock suspension bad enough!
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thats trimable i did it on mine
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man after seeing you guys trucks with 32s, i can't wait until i get mine!
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Hey guys im new My name is Eric. I just put 32x11.50 on my ranger no lift and it only rubs in the front when you turn or bottom out. I'm hoping a 3" leveling kit will solve that problem. I think the maxxis buckshot is a good tire for the price.
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no one makes a leveling kit for a 4x4 ranger. it's been stated all over that 32x11.50 fit a stock 4x4 ranger. dude...no need to thread dig yo, i'll let it slide this time. lol.
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32's with only T-Bar crank


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