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pic request for 35"s

anyone rolling on a 35" bfg a/t?
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dont do it
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I lmao at this thread. Short and simple.
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lookin for it on a ranger, and why not i can get the set cheap..
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Lifted97Ranger was back when he had his truck. ATs should stop at 32" IMO
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lookin for it on a ranger, and why not i can get the set cheap..
big all terrains............. why?
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I have them because they where free and i needed new tire.
Here's one
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big all terrains cause,
1. they will last a hella lot longer than m/t's
2. i can get them super cheap,
3. i dont wheel much
4. i want bigger tires
5. hell idk its my truck? and maybe i really like the bfg a/t's lol jp
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here ya go.
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fronts only on this one
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and a more unique angle
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hahaha love the last angle i think i member reading the thread of that happening! wow that thing was wrecked! what was your backspacing on those rims there?
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Looks alright on some trucks. I wouldnt buy them. I want all the traction i can get. But hey i got a 2wd too
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meh...
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hahaha love the last angle i think i member reading the thread of that happening! wow that thing was wrecked! what was your backspacing on those rims there?
they are either 3.75 or 4, cant remember.
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I did for about 2 years, They were OK. A little bouncy IMO. They run a little small for 35s too, which can be good or bad depending on what you want.



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I like mine for what I use them for.
I don't go mudding so they work just fine for me.
Might step down to 33's though.





This one is from the 4th. :D

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these are MT, BL and RCD

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I lmao at this thread. Short and simple.
What's the problem here? If you have enough lift, why not? Only problems I see are the axles, the 8.8 can handle up to 35's max AFAIR.. but the dana's max is 33's. Personally, I wouldn't go bigger than 33's, but if you have the time n money.. why not?
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What's the problem here? If you have enough lift, why not? Only problems I see are the axles, the 8.8 can handle up to 35's max AFAIR.. but the dana's max is 33's. Personally, I wouldn't go bigger than 33's, but if you have the time n money.. why not?
Tons of people on here run 35's and wheel them. You can wheel these truck pretty good with 35's, until you run into the limits of IFS

But he stated befoe, that he doesnt do much wheelin, so it shouldn't be a problem
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