Kinda unless u flex well offroading and the sheet metal from the bed rips lugs off Ur tire. Or in my case even though I have Skiny 33 tires the sheet metal ripped into the sidewall of my tire 3/4ths the way around it leaveing a gash. U have to be careful with 33's if u offroad. The best set up for the ranger is 3 inch body with 32/11.50/r15 or whatever rim size u like but that size is best for the 3 inch body lift. Always stuffing a huge tire to make it look good or wider to grab more traction is Deff not the best way. As well as u loose HP and torque with a bigger and wider tire. The smaller and Skiny the agressive tire the more power gets to the ground. Giving u the traction by cleaning out the tire lugs for a fresh bite.