The other Sean· Administrator
Discount tire is normally good to try one tire on a rim and bolt it on the front and checking for clearance before the other three. They did this when I went to 31's on my stock height Ford Ranger a few years ago without hesitation.When I went to Discount Tire to get my 31x10.5s the guy wasn't convinced that 32x11.50 would fit on stock rims without rubbing and I didn't have the time to trim anything back then. I plan on doing 32s after I get a 3" lift and some differently backspaced wheels (I want -3.75). There is a thread somewhere on here of a guy fitting 33x10.5s after a torsion bar crank on stock wheels. The width is really what will cause the rubbing more than the height if you're on stock wheels.