Photos of Lifted RBV's With Different Lift & Tire Sizes


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91' with explorer leaf's DO NOT ATTEMP haha 33/12.5 stock


im lifting it 11inches but we got bored today so this is what happens
 


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'94 Ranger
Skyjacker 6" Class II System (equivilant to 4.5" because it's on an X-Cab)
3" Body Lift
36x13.50-15 Iroks
Prerunner fenders, because I didn't want to trim the fenders. They clear front & rear whhen stuffed, no rubbing.

Nice truck!
 

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rough country 4" lift with rear leafs
31x10.5xr15



 

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2008 Ford Ranger Sport 4x4 (canada) 265/75/16 Goodyear Wrangler Territory w/ 1" torsion crank up front, stock rear. No rubbing anywhere, but havent been offroad yet since I got them. I;ve read on some other ranger forums that the Ranger models seem to be all over the board on what they have for suspension parts, on top of the shorter blocks and different keys of 08 and up, guys were talking about different torsion bar grades too. Particularily on USA and Canada FX4 models. Not sure what thats all about.
 
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2003 edge, removed the rear block, adjusted torsion bars, pulled bedsides(need more), fiberwerx 6" fenders, 33x12.5 tires, 15x8 summit racing wheels w/3.75" bs, 1.25" front wheel spacers(for now)
 

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Sport Trac on 35x12.5 KM2s, 3" body, 1.75" TT, add-a-leaf




 

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Here I go again. 2" body lift
2" blocks and 3" long shackles in the back.
D30 on front and stock IFS Ranger coils on stock position coil buckets.
31x10.50 tires, 15x8 rims.

Im dead set on getting 33"s when this ones wear out. (hopefully in a year or so)

 

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Thanks. They really have to be lifted.
 

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My 1991 Ranger XLT Super 2WD with stock suspension and wheels with 195-70/14Rs


Need help finding biggest tires that can go on my stock wheels and suspension!!
:icon_pepsi:
 
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My 1991 Ranger XLT Super 2WD with stock suspension and wheels with 195-70/14Rs

Need help finding biggest tires that can go on my stock wheels and suspension!!
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Your limited with the 14" wheels to maybe a 235/75-14. If you want larger, get some 15" and then largest tire would be a 30-31" tire.

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Torsion bar crank to level, sitting on 32x11.50 falken wildpeaks. 15x8 pro comp series 52 wheels




Future involves more tbar crank, and either shackles, or I may just go all out an do a Chevy 64 swap
 

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Do you think you could pull off 33s in the back as the truck sits?


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Do you think you could pull off 33s in the back as the truck sits?


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Yep. I had 33x10.50 on for about a week. Front and rear. No issues. 33x12.50 would have rubbed up front without a lift though.
 


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