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Old 11-20-2003, 03:21 PM
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Bigger tires for my Ranger

What's the tallest, widest tire that I can put on my 2000 Ford Ranger XLT....2 wheel drive. Because I want bigger tires on it. Also recomending the best lift kit for a 2wd Ranger would helpful as well...3 inch lift at most.
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Re: Bigger tires for my Ranger

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What's the tallest, widest tire that I can put on my 2000 Ford Ranger XLT....2 wheel drive. Because I want bigger tires on it. Also recomending the best lift kit for a 2wd Ranger would helpful as well...3 inch lift at most.
Hi Knightmair, Welcome to FTE!!

If you'll do a quick search on that topic you'll get more answers than you could ever possibly use . .

. . or want
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quick search where?
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Re: Bigger tires for my Ranger

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What's the tallest, widest tire that I can put on my 2000 Ford Ranger XLT....2 wheel drive. Because I want bigger tires on it. Also recomending the best lift kit for a 2wd Ranger would helpful as well...3 inch lift at most.
i would say a 255/70R15 would be the biggest youd want to go, with no lift. it'll rub a tad at full lock, but thats it. there arent too many lifts available for our trucks. fabtech, cst, and camburg are the only ones that make a real lift kit. fabtech makes a 3" spindle lift for around $400 i think. check it out at www.performancelifts.com
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quick search where?
A small row of blue buttons near the top of this web page. Third from the right. Brobably right below a blinking banner ad.

Seriously, it's worth taking a look at all the options and variables before you lay out the bucks.
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Will that 3" spindle lift kit fit my 3.0L V6 2wd.....cause its not an Edge and it shows the Edge with that kit.
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if u click on ford midsize lifts...its right there, 98-02 non-edge rangers 3" spindle lift
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Ok...with this lift...will i have to get any other parts in a larger size to compensate for the lift?
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