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Icon5 will they fit?

Will a 27x8.5r14 fit my stock ranger? pretty much sold on General Grabber AT2's. the tires that i have on now are 215x70r14 and i have alot of room for bigger tires, but are they too big?
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you can fit 31x10.5x15 with no problems...
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your stock tires are 25.9 inces tall. so you should have no problems with a 27 inch tall tire.

oh yea, you should use the search function, but i did it for you.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...=max+tire+size
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yeah but its a 14 inch rim not a 15 inch
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his truck comes with 25" tires i think, thats what mine came with anyways.

i fit 29's on my truck with no lift.
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yeah but its a 14 inch rim not a 15 inch

well i mean as long as you know the overall size of the tire rim size doesnt matter.
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wasnt sure, but thanks guys
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forgot to post this earlier, will this fit in the space where the spare is?
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why dont you just upgrade to 15s?
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college student = no money
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what do you use it for?
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junkyard rims=little money
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its my dd but like goin to the moutains. might try some mild wheelin with the new tires, muddy corn fields and such
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then id go to 15s, and are steel rims still alot cheaper then aluminum?
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i couldnt tell ya, havent been to the junkyard since i had my exploder
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anyways, will i be able to fit the larger sized tire where the spare goes or should i throw it in the bed?
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stay away from steel wheels, they will kill your gas mileage.
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anyways, will i be able to fit the larger sized tire where the spare goes or should i throw it in the bed?

im not positive but you should be able to fit a new tire where your spare is. i know we have different models but my spare is 29".
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