Fitting 33’s on a Maverick

ZipperKid

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The bronco sport badlands has 28.5" tires so, based on the pictures eyeballing it, I'd say you could stuff 30s in the arches without major modifications. I support your cause though!
 
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The bronco sport badlands has 28.5" tires so, based on the pictures eyeballing it, I'd say you could stuff 30s in the arches without major modifications. I support your cause though!
In an interview, a Bronco Sport engineer said that 30.5 tires would fit without any lift, but 31s wouldn't. So I agree with ZipperKid that 30s would likely be the functional limit without modifications.
 
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guess I'm missing the point of why anyone would want to do this? Maverick is designed as an economical entry level light duty run around town vehicle, not a Baja trail runner or serious off roader, rock crawler, etc. Additionally putting massive tires on it will surely strain the drive train on that transverse mounted little motor whether 3 or 4 cylinder. Maybe they have a work- around on a timberline or sasquatch type upgrade but nothing confirmed. Bronco Sprot is having reported overheating problems with AWD goat modes off-road. Why not wait for new Ranger Raptor that's basically confirmed and will be off road ready?
 

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Someone will get 33's on this thing by next year guaranteed
 
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