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I wanted to know if it would be bad on my ranger to put 15x10 like with 32x11.5x15 tires. Does anyone know if my bearings will go out quicker? thanks.
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i dont think they will go quicker. ive had 15x10 inch wheels on my ranger for 4 years. only went through a drivers side bearing. but thats with 118,xxx miles. so i doubt it was because of the rims.
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It all depends on the offset of them. If they stick out way farther than they should then yes stuff will go bad quicker.
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Ha. Im not for sure on the bearings, but I know that ball joints will go quicker. But dont let that slow you down. Its no biggie to change them.
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I've had oversize tires, sticking out wheels on the truck since 40k and it's got 120k now. Any my stock bearings haven't made even a peep or growl. BJ's are a common thing on these trucks anyway. By 70k the stock uncranked ones are already toast.


In summary: extra wear will be minimal.




Then again..... we really got NOTHING to work with. Haven't a clue what these wheels are tires are going on....don't know your truck year, model, drivetrain....etc...blahblah. Please create a signature to help us HELP YOU!!
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2000 4x4 ford ranger 5spd 4.0 liter. 69k miles
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i have an 01 4x4. and Im running 15x10 pacers with 32x11.5x15 BFG MudTerrains and i aint had no problems at all
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Henson, does your truck have a body lift?
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yes it has a 3". but thats all it has
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yea it looks really good.
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BJ's are a common thing in these trucks anyway
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thanks eddie
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BJ's are a common thing in these trucks anyway
I see what you did there... very nice.
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