What size Tyres fit on a Ford Ranger?
The stock 2019 Ford Ranger tires are 255/65/R17 and 255/70/R16, which is roughly 30.1 inches. If you upgrade to a 265/70/17 it only equates to a roughly +5% difference in diameter and a 4% increase in width which is still well within the factory specifications.
What size bolt pattern is a Ford Ranger?
The second generation of the Ford Ranger sold in the United States from 2019 – Present has a bolt pattern of 6×5.5 (6×139.7mm), a center bore of 3.66 inches (93.1mm), and six lug nuts with a thread size of M12 x 1.5 that need to be tightened with 99.5lb-ft (135Nm) of force.
Will 33 tires fit on a stock Ford Ranger?
While slightly bigger tires will work even on trucks with stock suspension without any problems, common off-road tire sizes like 33s or 35s will definitely require a lift.
Can you fit 31’s on a stock Ranger?
– Yes, they will fit without rubbing on both 2nd and 3rd gen trucks. While 31s are slightly bigger than stock tires on the 2nd gen, there’s still enough room to fit them. On the other hand 31″” is the factory wheel size for the last generation Ranger, so they will not cause any problems at all.
What’s the bolt pattern on a 2006 Ford Ranger?
2006 Ford Ranger Bolt Patterns
|2006 Ford Ranger Regular Cab 2wd STX||5×114.3mm (5×4.5″)|
|2006 Ford Ranger Regular Cab 2wd XL||5×114.3mm (5×4.5″)|
|2006 Ford Ranger Regular Cab 2wd XLT||5×114.3mm (5×4.5″)|
|2006 Ford Ranger Regular Cab 4wd Sport||5×114.3mm (5×4.5″)|
Will 32 inch tires fit Ford Ranger?
How big of tires can I fit without a lift?
On average, if your truck isn’t lifted, you can fit tires up to 33”. In case the vehicle is lifted, you can find a good set of 37” or larger tires to fit.