• Welcome Visitor! Please take a few seconds and Register for our forum. Even if you don't want to post, you can still 'Like' the posts that you read.

'94 2WD , Stupid Rookie Tire Question


Biggfoot44

Active member
Joined
Jul 6, 2019
Messages
103
Reaction score
39
Points
28
Location
USA
Vehicle Year
1994
Make / Model
Ranger 2wd
Transmission
Automatic
I am new here, and I'm sure it has already been discussed to death.

My new to me '94 2WD has the 14in . Any issues going to 235/75-15 , totally stock , no tweaking ?

Amongst the family heard, I already have 2 Explorers of different generations, an Escape, and a Cherokee all using 235/75-15 , and I'd like to standardize .
 


Rock Auto 5% Discount Code: 4FF3E9EEA14805 Expires: October 1st, 2020

alwaysFlOoReD

Forum Staff Member
Forum Moderator
TRS Banner 2012-2015
TRS 20th Anniversary
Joined
Apr 13, 2009
Messages
10,562
Reaction score
1,456
Points
113
Location
Red Deer, Canada
Vehicle Year
'91, '94, '80
Make / Model
Ford, GMC
Engine Size
4.0,4.0,350
Transmission
Manual
I never had a problem.
 

Uncle Gump

Forum Staff Member
Forum Moderator
Supporting Member
Joined
Sep 17, 2018
Messages
4,904
Reaction score
2,872
Points
113
Location
Plano IL
Vehicle Year
2006
Make / Model
Ford
Engine Size
4.0L
Transmission
Automatic
2WD / 4WD
4WD
My credo
Lead, Follow or get out of my way
Should work...

Not sure if you're familiar with the site... but there is a tech section that answers a bunch of questions before you even ask...

 

ericbphoto

Old Redneck just wingin' it.
Forum Moderator
Supporting Member
U.S. Military - Veteran
TRS 20th Anniversary
Joined
Feb 7, 2016
Messages
6,336
Reaction score
3,291
Points
113
Age
56
Location
Wellford, SC
Vehicle Year
1993
Make / Model
Ford Ranger
Engine Type
3.0 V6
Engine Size
3.0L
Transmission
Manual
2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
6"
Tire Size
35"
My credo
In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are different.
Bunches of Rangers in that time period came with 15” wheels. One of the articles in the tech section mentioned above even has phots on Rangers with various tire/wheel combinations so you can see how they look.
 

Biggfoot44

Active member
Joined
Jul 6, 2019
Messages
103
Reaction score
39
Points
28
Location
USA
Vehicle Year
1994
Make / Model
Ranger 2wd
Transmission
Automatic
Thanks .

Eventually I'll pour thru all the archives, but I've got to log out and rush to my next place I have to be as soon as I hit "post" for this .

Added - The above was posted while I typed. Wasn't sure if same for the standard 2WD as the Splash .
 

ericbphoto

Old Redneck just wingin' it.
Forum Moderator
Supporting Member
U.S. Military - Veteran
TRS 20th Anniversary
Joined
Feb 7, 2016
Messages
6,336
Reaction score
3,291
Points
113
Age
56
Location
Wellford, SC
Vehicle Year
1993
Make / Model
Ford Ranger
Engine Type
3.0 V6
Engine Size
3.0L
Transmission
Manual
2WD / 4WD
4WD
Total Lift
6"
Tire Size
35"
My credo
In theory, theory and practice are the same. In practice, they are different.
My Splash came with 15's but it's 4x4. I'm still running 15" wheels. But the tire size has changed a bit.
 

adsm08

Senior Master Grease Monkey
Supporting Member
Article Contributor
Ford Technician
TRS 20th Anniversary
Joined
Sep 20, 2009
Messages
33,661
Reaction score
2,781
Points
113
Location
Dillsburg PA
Vehicle Year
1987
Make / Model
Ford
Engine Type
4.0 V6
Engine Size
4.0
Transmission
Manual
2WD / 4WD
4WD
Tire Size
31X10.50X15


Top