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tires on stock rims

whats the biggest tire i could fit on stock rims...
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I am assuming you mean with no lift, is so you can fit 33's by cranking the T-bars al the way and a little trimming. 32's with no trmming and some cranking.
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i have the stock lift that edges have....what do you mean cranking?? pics would help or just have the full numbers of tire...
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i have seen 38's i wouldnt recommend it
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The biggest I would go would be 33 12.5/15's (even that is to big imo) or 285/75/16

I think 11.5" wide is the widest I would run.
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Step One: Use the Search button: Topics: T-Bar Crank, largest tire stock rim, etc.
Step Two:Read EVERY post

The way I think of it is..if I have a "stock" vehicle question...odds are someone else has had the same question and already asked about it on this forum.

Search button becomes your friend.....specially when a new vehicle
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Step One: Use the Search button: Topics: T-Bar Crank, largest tire stock rim, etc.
Step Two:Read EVERY post

The way I think of it is..if I have a "stock" vehicle question...odds are someone else has had the same question and already asked about it on this forum.

Search button becomes your friend.....specially when a new vehicle
calm down sparky.....this aint some other sites you been on were people who don't use the search feature get tortured.........we will answer....

as far as the widest tire to install, i would say a 11.50 at most.....anything more than that and the tire manufacture don't recommend a 7" wheel......
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.........we will answer.......
...the same question 5 times a week. I mean there is an entire multi-page sticky devoted to tire size.

Maximum Tire Size

I have no problem with answering the question...but seriously, suggesting that the "search" button be used in the future isn't going overboard in my opinion.
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We love answering questions around here. It keeps us on top of our game.
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i have seen 38's i wouldnt recommend it
are you kidding?
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are you kidding?
If you were bored enough you could basically cut off your fenders completely. I doubt you can turn though.


i think he's talking about 38s lifted.
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yes... it was a blue truck spindle lifted one STOCK edge plus 15" RIMS... horrible
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...the same question 5 times a week. I mean there is an entire multi-page sticky devoted to tire size.
yes.....the more it is repeated, the more it helps us remember things......
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who has pics of 33x12.5x15 on a stock ranger...i just want to see how it looks...
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33x12.5x15 on stock 15x7 Alcoa wheels on a Stock level II ranger... with T-bar crank
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are the level II ranger the same stock height of a 04 ranger edge??
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yep.. only differnece is that one has the t-bars crank up
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