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Old 06-28-2009, 07:07 PM
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How can I get 44s on my 92 Ranger? I've got 35s now but I want more. Thanks.
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Old 06-29-2009, 01:33 AM
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Lets see some pics!
For 44's...more lift? More trimming? Scrap the bumper?
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Are you running stock axles? If so I do not think they can handle 44s.
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Old 06-29-2009, 06:56 PM
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Yea, my guess would be SAS with d60 front and 14 bolt rear, with coil overs front and chevy lift leafs for the rear. But according to how you wheel it, you may even want bigger axles.

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Old 06-29-2009, 11:47 PM
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If you have to ask, you shouldn't even attempt this.

But if you want to know, a built 60 and 14 bolt will hardly take the abuse of 44s and actually wheelin.

You'd have to be lookin into dana industrails or rockwells. A 44" tire will only sit 4.5" closer to your fenders then the 35s, and that can be hacked away from the fender. But really, if you have to ask, take it to a professional back woods fabricator.
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Old 06-30-2009, 10:25 AM
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If you have to ask, you shouldn't even attempt this.

But if you want to know, a built 60 and 14 bolt will hardly take the abuse of 44s and actually wheelin.

You'd have to be lookin into dana industrails or rockwells. A 44" tire will only sit 4.5" closer to your fenders then the 35s, and that can be hacked away from the fender. But really, if you have to ask, take it to a professional back woods fabricator.

i would have to have a definition of "built 60"

i know a stock 60 will run 44's for general use fairly easily when un locked....locked your looking to do 35 spline outers as a minimum and hopefully have a quality locker.

under 6000 pounds, a set of long cv's and aftermarket outers handle 44's easily compared to a d44 in the same situation with 38's.



then again intended use is key to where to start towards the goal....if its a mall crawler a good 8 lug front d44/rear 12/14bolt/60/70whatever with stout simple leaf suspension with some fender trimming may be just the thing.


you want to get crazy with it you are in the wrong place for vast knowledge and advice of such 44 in tire goals.
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