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2001 for ranger 2wd stock!!!

irishfan84n

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I acquired a set of 30x9.50R15LT tires and was wondering if anyone would know how much if any lift I would have to do to my truck?? I dont have a lot to spend on this so I am looking for the best I can get for the least amount of money! Thanks everybody!!
 


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2 inch body should do it. Plus it would be the cheapest way out too.
 

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If you don't wheel the piss out of it 30s should fit a stock truck, at most a 1" coil spacer should do it. With that 4 popper I'd be more worryed about the gearing then the fitment.
 

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do you think the gearing will be that big of a problem??
 

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The 4 cylinders and the 3L engines need to rev to make power and give you any kind of fuel mileage, so if your geared too high you'll think you have even less power.
 

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Thanks guys for the input, it looks like I have a few things to think about!!
 

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mine measure out at 30 7/8 by 9 3/4 and i have no issues, no rubbing they scuff a little when i jumped the train tracks and bottomed out and i dont even have bump stops so....my truck is a 99 4 banger 5 speed 2wd all stock and the stock gears seem ok to me, it was gutless before the tires and i havent noticed it got any worse. just put em on youll like the result
 

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