I have always had the stock 31" tires on my bronco. I am looking into doing some introductory trail driving this spring and am considering upgrading my tires to something meatier. I tried once to put 32's on it without a lift kit and it rubbed so I went back to the 31's. I spoke briefly with a guy in an off-road shop and he suggested a 3" lift with 35" tires. How much is enough. I don't want to increase the height of my truck any more than I have to but I do want to go with a larger tire. That time is rapidly approaching as I noticed a crack in the sidewall of one of my current tires. I do mostly onroad driving as the Bronco is still my primary vehicle so is there any advice on tire selection also that can serve dual purpose?
have the same problem?
Wednesday, December 5th, 2007 AT 10:51 AM
3 inches would be plenty, that is what I would go with. That way it allows for more movement if your going offroad, also it looks nicer with 32 inch tires.
Wednesday, December 5th, 2007 AT 7:43 PM
IHAVE A 95 BRONCO AND HAVE 33/12.5/15 WITH NO LIFT ALL FACTORY. I HAD TO TRIM THE FRONT BUMPER AT THE CORNERS BUT NOTHING MAJOR. YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO RUN 33 WITH NO PROBLEM AND NO LIFT. I TGO OUT OFF ROADING WITH NO PROBLEM. IF YOU STILL HAVE A PROBLEM THE EASY WAY AND CHEAP WAY IS A BODY LIFT.