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Old 12-22-2010
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Tire and Rim Reference

By making this thread it would help people get an idea on what model/size/design tire/rim they would like to get with out the hasle of a pic request. So anyone can say the details about the tires/rims, suspension, and post pics with them.
Truck: 2001 Edge Supercab
Tires: 31x10.5x15 Goodyear Wrangler Authority
Rims: 15x8 Cragar Soft-8 Black w/ 4in Backspacing
Suspension: Stock T-Bar w/ No Crank

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Before too many start posting in this thread, I believe there is already one like it.

EDIT: Ok maybe I'm wrong.
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i think your thinking of the one over on frf, didnt see one other than pics of ranger with some details about the ranger, not the wheels
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Yea I think you're right. My bad haha
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ya your bad!!! haha get posting kiddy!
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I don't really feel like it... do it for me haha
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no dude, put down "your mom" and start typin
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Truck: 2002 XLT 4x4
Tires: 285/75R16 Nitto Terra Grapplers
Wheels: 16x8" Eagle Alloy's w/ 4" backspacing
Suspension: Maxed B-bars
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It's a little sloped down in this picture due to my driveway:
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thats more like it and may i say, DAYYUM! it looks good
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Haha Thanks
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I need pictures of coil sprung Rangers with 3 inch lift spindles with 31, 32, and 33 inch tires. I need reference for mine!!
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this is a great idea.
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this is a great idea.
thanks, just trying to make it easier for everyone
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Truck: 1994 XLT 2wd
Wheels: Weld Racing Draglites: 15x5 fronts / 15x12 (7.5" backspacin) rears
Tires: Primewell 215/75 / McCreary American Racer 28x15.50
Suspension: Stock front / Explorer setup in rear (leaf under frame) with 00
Explorer 8.8 L/S & slapper bars

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I still like the idea, but it should probably be limited to 2 pictures per post though. There really isn't that many different angles to look at a set of wheels/tires.
Just saying...
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Wheels: Stock STX / Expo Rims. (winter) or. Stock 06 Ranger (modified to fit 4x4 hubs) but i for see eagle GT1s in the future.
Beef: 32" BFG All terrains.
them springy things: 1" leveling coils in front. Monroe Sensatrac 16" shocks all the
This is from when i did the knuckles, you can see the spring and shock.
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This si to see the BFG's
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Tim I love that shot with out your bed LOL
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Truck: '99 4x4 4 dr super cab
Tires: 305/70r16 General Grabber A/T2's
Rims: Cragar Soft 8's 16x8 with 1.25" spacers
Suspension: maxed t bars, 2.5" A-A-L, 3" Body Lift
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@ Kenny: How do you like those General Grabber AT2s? How are they in snow, rain, dry road manners, highway, offroad? I am still shopping for 31s and if I go with new ones I think those are what I am going to get.
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kevin, just another sugestion is the goodyear wranglers i have on mine, they are pretty quite for the tread they have, i havent had a problem with them. i have taken them in mud and sand and are great! plus they are cheap just giving ya more choices
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@ Kenny: How do you like those General Grabber AT2s? How are they in snow, rain, dry road manners, highway, offroad? I am still shopping for 31s and if I go with new ones I think those are what I am going to get.
I love em man they hook great in the snow and wet hardly any noise at all highway speeds or stop and go. I'd recommend them any day.
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i didn't know you were over here pat lol
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i didn't know you were over here pat lol
haha ya i just saw you couple days ago on here, i dont get on here much tho
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kevin, just another sugestion is the goodyear wranglers i have on mine, they are pretty quite for the tread they have, i havent had a problem with them. i have taken them in mud and sand and are great! plus they are cheap just giving ya more choices
thats funny you mentioned them, i was just at walmart and I saw those. they want $570 total price installed for the 31s. i'm pretty much between those and General Grabbers, which are cheaper. i'm just not looking forward to dropping almost $100 more than I intended to on the tires. as it is I have to pay for the shop to install the lift spindles and new bearing.
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