April 22, 2019 2 min read

The 2019 Ford Ranger is a beautiful machine. It offers a payload capability of 1,860lb, which is more than any other truck in its class, comparing to only 1,295lb for the Toyota Tacoma. It’s up to date on all of the amenities you may need, such as Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Navigation, and the premium Bang & Olufsen stereo. It’s got a plethora of driver-assist features such as lane-keeping and cross-traffic alerts, but what we love most is its off-road capability. The Ranger Lariat comes with skid plates, frame-mounted steel bash plates, and a suspension tune that all comes standard in its package. Pair that with the great approach and departure angle, and you’ve got a pretty capable truck. What’s missing? Style and Strength when it comes to wheels, and larger tires for the plush ride you’re looking for.

This Ranger runs the RRW RR5-S 17X8.5 wheels in a sleek Matte Black finish. They’ve got a load rating of 2100lb, which can take the weight you may throw onto them when towing your toys around. The wheels are also manufactured in a JWL/VIA Certified Facility and tested to meet and exceed OEM specifications, so you can be sure you’re buying something that you can feel safe and comfortable behind.

It’s also got a leveling kit installed, which gives the truck just enough ride height gain to squeeze on larger tires, which this truck definitely has. It’s running Falken AT3 Wildpeaks, which sit at a 265/70/17, with no rubbing at all thanks to the level kit. Those are pretty much equivalent to 32” tires. That’s a lot of plush for your ride.

With the minimal mods done to this truck, it’s rolling out in comfort and style, which the owner will appreciate for years to come.

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