⊙⊙ What size tires do you want? ⊙⊙

now that we know what is coming stock, what size tires do you want on your bronco?


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Bronc-O

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Outer Banks comes with 32's. I don't want something any taller then that. The step up is already high enough.





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ii want 34s on the non sas badlands - still cant figure out if that would work because i am dumb
 

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If the wheels of a F-150 is the same bolt pattern and offset as the 2021 Bronco Outer Banks that I reserved, I will probably trying on these (on day 2):p that I am presently running on my 2015 F-150.
Gen 1 Raptor bead locks wrapped with 295/70-17 Nitto's.
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I wish, look like 6x139 vs the 6x135
 

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ii want 34s on the non sas badlands - still cant figure out if that would work because i am dumb
I bet they will and 1 to 2 inch pucks for the tower's will be getting made pronto if not
 

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I’m still not positive but I Want the 33 inch tires if they look right but if not I want 35 inch tires.

decent pictures are starting to come out now with a Sideview of the different models but I still feel like I need to see them in person to judge.

I said it before I just don’t want it to look like a low to the ground convertible SUV
 

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I wish, look like 6x139 vs the 6x135
It would have nice to see if they fit, being a big 33" at 33.19" diameter.
Kind of funny that the smaller vehicle has the bigger bolt circle.
 

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I want 33 but in order to make sure that they clear on the BD I am getting the Squatch and just replace when the 35s wear out.
 

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I'd like 33x10.5 or 35x10.5. Width matters more than height to me.

The 35" tires offered are too wide for my taste, for my driving style, so I'll go with the 33" (285/70/17) until it wears out and then probably the 34" BFG (285/75/17). I've hounded BFG quite a bit, but I don't see them making a 285/80/17 or 285/85/17.

I'm really tired (pun intended) of the wide tire thing. It's mostly for looks (IMHO), although there are reasons to run a wider tire I get it, andif the manufacturers gave people who want to take these rigs off road a better selection, it'd be nice.

I may go with an Interco tire since I can get a 35" narrow tire (35x10.5).
 

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My brain tells me that my Badlands only needs 33s, but I know I will be so pissed off the first time a base sasquatch pulls up next to my Badlands looking better. So, badsasquatch it is.
 

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I want 35s for the look with the road manners/mileage of a passenger tire... ;)
Honestly the Nitto Ridge Grapplers are a nice Hybrid M/T-A/T that do really nice on road and are very capable off-road.
 

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I'd like 33x10.5 or 35x10.5. Width matters more than height to me.

The 35" tires offered are too wide for my taste, for my driving style, so I'll go with the 33" (285/70/17) until it wears out and then probably the 34" BFG (285/75/17). I've hounded BFG quite a bit, but I don't see them making a 285/80/17 or 285/85/17.

I'm really tired (pun intended) of the wide tire thing. It's mostly for looks (IMHO), although there are reasons to run a wider tire I get it, andif the manufacturers gave people who want to take these rigs off road a better selection, it'd be nice.

I may go with an Interco tire since I can get a 35" narrow tire (35x10.5).
Nitto has a C rated Ridge Grappler in 285/75R17.

Been thinking about swapping the 35" GY Territory tires for the Nittos or Kenda 601 RT 35x10.50R17s.
 

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Not a Nitto fan. I'll buy 285/75/17 BFGs when the stock tires wear out, or if there is a 285/80 I'll probably go that route, or the Interco.
 

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I would put 35's on the base modeling if powers that be will allow. Realistically, I have to think about can the rear gears handle that, do I need a lift kit or upgrade from a 2.3 to the 2.7 engine to push those big tires. I'm sticking with 16" rims and put as much meat (265 75) to kick rocks.
 

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