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small-list Digest Thu, 01 Feb 2001 Volume: 2001  Issue: 020

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Ranger tires

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From: "Greg Hopper" <ghopper hiwaay.net>
Subject: Ranger tires
Date: Thu, 1 Feb 2001 12:19:05 -0600

It's gonna be time to put new treads on my 94 Ranger SC soon, and I wanted to know what other sizes you guys have used on your trucks.  I'd like to get something a little wider than the stock 225/70/14, but I'd like to stay close to the same overall diameter (certainly no shorter).  Somethng in about a 245 or so... give me some ideas.  They will need fit on the stock wheels.

Also, what other models could i possibly grab larger front and/or rear swaybars off of?  I was thinkin possibly a Splash, but am unsure.  I also know some of the Bronco IIs came with rear bars, if they would be compatible.  The truck has a lot of body roll (to me anyway), and I'd like to eliminate some of that, as well as the overwhelming understeer.  I don't really want to sink 2 or 3 hundred into aftermarket bars though... just need something to make her a bit more stable.
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dave
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