tires

Asked by Sep 27, 2008 at 07:25 AM about the 1987 Ford Ranger

Question type: Car Customization

what is the largest tire size you can put on the 1987 4x4 ranger, the shop I called said 235 75 15, but want to make sure

6 Answers

225

any bigger than 235 75 15 and your going to run into rubbing

155

if you have the tools and time i would suggest buying a block body lift to raise your body up then without modiiffing you suspension you can 33"+ tires on without the problem of rubbing. Body lifts are fairly inexpensive.

55

I had 31x 10.5's on my bronco II with a 2" lift. When it was stock I had 235/75/15's, that's the biggest you can fit on the wheels, the width of the rim is more of the limiting factor in this one.

55

heres with the 235's

With a 2 inch body-lift(cheap,and easy to install) you can safely run 31/10.50"s..

What is the largest tires I can put on my 1994 ford ranger Xl? Or If i put a 4inch lift then what size?

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