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Ford Bronco Tire & Wheel Guide: Everything You Need To Know

Upon the introduction of the Ford Bronco almost two years ago, Ford Authority put together a comprehensive guide to all the unique tire and wheel options available for the rugged pony. Now that some new models have been released to bolster the off-road SUV’s lineup, we decided to make a new guide to provide the most accurate list of Bronco tire and wheel options for the 2023 model year, broken out by trim level and package.

Trim Tire Size Tire Make & Model Wheel Type Tire Diameter (inches) Wheel Size (inches)
Base 255/70 Bridgestone Dueler H/T Steel 30 16
Big Bend 255/75 Bridgestone Dueler A/T RH-S Aluminum 32 17
Outer Banks 255/70 Bridgestone Dueler A/T RH-S Aluminum 32 18
Black Diamond 265/70 General Grabber A/T Steel 32 17
Badlands 285/70 BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 & Goodyear Territory Aluminum 33 17
Wildtrak 315/70 Goodyear Territory Aluminum 35 17
First Edition 315/70 Goodyear Territory Aluminum 35 17
Everglades 315/70 Goodyear Territory Alloy 35 17
Heritage Limited35-Edition 315/70 Goodyear Territory Aluminum 35 17
Sasquatch Package 315/70 Goodyear Territory Aluminum 35 17
Bronco Raptor 315/80 BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 Alloy 37 17

Every Ford Bronco variant rolls right off the assembly line with a set of rugged tires ready for any off-road adventure. Even the Bronco Base is outfitted with 30-inch Bridgestone Dueler H/T tires wrapped around 16-inch Bright Polished Silver painted steel wheels, although those are all-season tires, so their ability to go seriously off-road may be limited. The Big Bend and Outer Banks trims are each outfitted with 32-inch Bridgestone Dueler A/T RH-S tires, with the former rolling on 17-inch Carbonized Gray painted aluminum wheels and the latter on 17-inch Black High-Gloss painted aluminum wheels.

 

Meanwhile, Black Diamond gets 17-inch Black Gloss painted steel wheels as standard, with optional 17-inch Black High Gloss painted aluminum wheels. Outer Banks models get 18-inch Bright Machined Black High Gloss painted aluminum wheels as standard, and 17-inch Machined Carbonized Gray painted aluminum wheels are standard on Badlands. Optional 17-inch Black High Gloss painted aluminum wheels with Carbonized Gray beauty rings are optional on this trim. Additionally, the Bronco Heritage Limited Edition gets 17-inch Unique White wheels as standard wrapped in 35-inch Goodyear Territory tires. Included in the Sasquatch Package, these wheels are late availability.

However, the Ford Bronco Raptor sports the meanest set of tires and wheels on the list: beefy 37-inch BF Goodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2 tires on 17-inch High Gloss painted alloy wheels. The Bronco Raptor also has 17-inch Dark Carbonized Gray alloy painted, beadlock-capable forged wheels.

There are also plenty of wheel options available from Ford directly, such as beadlock wheel kits, a set of 17-inch wheels for Badlands, along with a functional beadlock kit. That enables Bronco owners to purchase wheels they might not have received on their models should they desire a spare set or simply want to upgrade.

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Alexandra is a Colorado-based journalist with a passion for all things involving horsepower, be it automotive or equestrian.

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  1. Bronco Billy

    Actually, the Raptor has 37 X 12.5″ tires.

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  2. GaryB

    Come Tuesday, some of that isnt going to matter. No more wildtrack, no more hardtops, no sasquatch, and no lux package. Anybody still waiting 2.5 years to get exactly what they want now have to drop those features if they want (a shot at getting) a bronco in 2023. And anyone not willing to drop those features, will get their orders cancelled at the end of the year and lose any and all price protection accrued during their wait. no idea what is going to happen with 2 door orders. Also, dealers that have more people on the waitlist than allocations, will get the boost to try to clear the backlog but will lose allocation in future years.

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