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Dick Cepek rims

Discussion in 'Modified 1991-1994 Explorers' started by priano080293, July 17, 2011.

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      priano080293 New Member

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      those will work. 30x10.5 is about the biggest you can go with no lift. But with 2" you can fit 32s.
       
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      can i run 32s qith a 2" BL?
       
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      Yea
       
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      with stock wheels, 31 is prob the most. 32x11.5 bfg at (31.5ish) rub 3 small spots on the plastic wheel wells and a spot on each side of the sway bar. so if you take out the plastic wheel wells and the sway bar, 32s would be fine.
      i drive like this currently lol


      it also depends on how much sag is in your springs(front and rear). thats why some people can go bigger then others
       
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      He asked 32 with a 2" body lift
       
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      i scrolled past your crappy pic(whoever took that pic sucks at taking pics and reading :p) and missed the 2" bl post. i was still answering to 'no lift'
      but yea, 2" body lift would work just fine for 32s.
       
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      Hey i paid good money for that professional pics!!;p
       

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