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2000 ranger with 32x11.50

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Just wanted to see some pictures of some 2000-ish stock rangers with 32 inch tires with some backspaced wheels and maybe a T bar crank??? Any pics will be appriciated!
 


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Im about to put 33 12.5 15s on my 2000 ranger without any lift, Ill throw some pics on here when done!
 

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my truck is only a 2wd coil sprung with 31s. kinda close.......naw really. so about a 4x4 with a 2in lift maybe a bit less

 
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loooks good....do you have any rubbing issues with the 32's? also the 2wd ranger looks really sharp too..i may just end up going with 31's and some offset wheels i think it will look just as good as with 32's...
 

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No rubbing issues with them at all. I don't hardcore offroad the thing, so I really don't know about that. I'll find a pic of a guy that just put 31's on the same rims I have. It looks almost identical.
 

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well it really isn't that much diffrent an inch in the tire isn't that noticable. plus you can usually find 31s at more places
 

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well it really isn't that much diffrent an inch in the tire isn't that noticable. plus you can usually find 31s at more places
i was thinking the same thing, on top of that i could save some $$$
 

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Here ya go. This is dixie_boysles truck from RF. 31x10.5x15's, no crank. 15x8 rim.




 

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that looks really good.....
 

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Here ya go. This is dixie_boysles truck from RF. 31x10.5x15's, no crank. 15x8 rim.

What's this crank thing? Mine has 16" rims and no lift. what size a/t tires can i fit and keep SOME turn ability lol
 

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crank as in torsion bar crank. if my knowledge is correct the edge models sat a little higher, correct me if i'm wrong, so you might be able to get away with 32x11.5 tires with no lift but you will most likely need to crank your torsion bar a little bit. easy thing to do
 

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