Ford equips the 2021 Bronco Sasquatch Package with a 315/70R17 tire.
The available Sasquatch™ Package includes 35-inch tires with 17-inch Beadlock-Capable wheels, front- and rear-locking differentials, BILSTEIN™ position sensitive monotube shocks, 4.7 final drive ratio and high-clearance fender flares. Standard on Wildtrak™ and First Edition.
Only the Sasquatch beadlock is capable of taking a true 35" or larger tire. All 35" tires that I have checked on call for a minimum rim width of 8.5". Now if you want to stick with the 315/70R70 tire size that works with the 8" wheel but tire choices are more limited in that size.
There are two tire/wheel options for the 2021 Ford Bronco Outer Banks. Standard are 18-inch aluminum wheels with P255/70R18 All-Terrain A/T tires. If you add the Sasquatch Package, you get smaller wheels and bigger tires. Specifically, 17-inch bead-lock capable wheels wrapped with LT315/70R17 Mud-Terrain (M/T) tires.
To install 35-inch tires you require at least a 6-inch lift, though that depends on the car's backspacing, offset of its wheels and how wide your tires are. In some cases, fender trimming may be necessary before you install these tires.
Fitting 35” tires do not require a crazy amount of modifications. It starts with an aftermarket suspension with the minimum lift of 2.5” inches, and 3 inches is recommended for off-road. You will require a lift, negative offset rims and you'll need to do some other modifications, which you can read in more detail here.
But it's still amazing that a Bronco with Sasquatch can fit 37s without any modification.
There are two tire/wheel choices for the 2021 Ford Bronco Base. Standard is a set of 16-inch silver-painted steel wheels fitted with 255/70R16 All-Season (30-inch diameter) tires. Optional are high gloss-painted 17-inch beadlock-capable alloy wheels with 315/70R17 Mud-Terrain (35-inch) tires.
It's available on every Bronco model and adds things like 35-inch all-terrain tires, beadlock-capable wheels, electronic locking front and rear axles, a 1.2-inch lift, and Bilstein dampers.
Kits heights are based on net lift height gained over factory so on Broncos with base suspension kits net 4” of lift, on a Badlands edition Broncos net lift is 3.5” and Sasquatch package equipped Broncos will net 3” of lift over stock.
33-inch tires are standard here, and lest we forget, the Sasquatch package includes a 1.2-inch lift and removes the wheel well crash bars at the front.
The base combo is a P255/70R16. Here's how it stacks up to the other Bronco offerings. *Remember #1 is always the base 255/70R16 tire.
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Bronco Badlands Tire Size and Options
Standard is a set of 17-inch gloss-painted steel wheels fitted with 285/70R17 All-Terrain (33-inch diameter) tires. Optional are high gloss-painted 17-inch (beadlock-capable with the Sasquatch package) alloy wheels with 315/70R17 Mud-Terrain (35-inch) tires.
The Sasquatch package comes with 35-inch tires with deadlock-capable wheels, 17-inch bead-lock capable wheels, upgraded locking axles, an electromechanical transfer case, a shorter 4.7 drive ratio, and the Bilstein Monotube shocks from the Badlands trim.
Yep. But to answer your question, it's possible to use 35" tires on a 3" lift.
You need a minimum of a 2-inch suspension kit and a small front end leveling kit on the front end to accommodate the width of a 33” tire without scrubbing at full lock or full turn in reverse.
Fitting 35-inch tires on a 2” lift is possible on a solid front axle suspension setup like a Jeep Wrangler or Nissan Patrol. You should lengthen your stops but by the same amount as your lift.
37" Tires. To run these tires, you'll need a lift kit of 3.5" or more.
To increase performance, your tire should be compatible with your rim size. 33-inch tires work well with rims that measure 15 or 16 inches in width, while 35-inch tires should only be used with rims that are at least 17-inches wide.