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Tire size probs

I have a 2003 ranger edge, does anybody know what the biggest size tire i can go with without a lift kit. And if i need a lift it would be a 3 inch body lift.
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31x10.5x15 will fit without any rubbing
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32's fit mostly with little to none rubbing, some 4x4's have been able to fit 33's.

If you were going with largest without lift I say crank the torsion bars and add 32's
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33x12.5x15 on 15x8, ***Minor*** trimming on the inner front valance, and a T-bar crank and your set
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33's fit, with minor rubbing, the bumper can be trimmed to fit it..

But you might rub at high flex..



With a 3" body... If your going to do it.. get the 33's...
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thanks

Alright thanks guys, so it sounds like a body lift and 33's would be fine, now the next trick is getting them.
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33x10.5 fit fine with no lift and no messing with the t-bars cause we all know that doesn't affect the bumpstop location right?
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my 01 ranger fit 33x12.50s on 15x10 rims with rubbing only on the mudflaps and a little on the bumper, i've got a 3 inch body lift on my truck now with no probs with the 33s.

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Hmm. Which of these will fit on the stock 16" Rims?
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Hmm. Which of these will fit on the stock 16" Rims?
285/75/16 = almost a 33... is that what you wanted to know
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Put some 33's on your truck, let your tires do the work!

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I have a 2003 ranger edge, does anybody know what the biggest size tire i can go with without a lift kit. And if i need a lift it would be a 3 inch body lift.
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