The problem would be running empty. Not a lot of weight on the rear tires. Plus this may cause the Ranger to push into a turn rather than steer through it. If you always ran loaded, it would be okay. Most folks run empty most of the time, especially when trail riding. Also the drive line would be a whole new can of worms.
2011 500 EFI Ranger, Sage Green
Full metal cab, Soft doors, Glass tip out windshield, Windshield wiper, 60" Glacier plow, 42" Loader bucket, 1-1/2" Front spring spacers, 3500# Polaris winch, Benz silent rider exhaust, Rubber bed mat, Bluetooth speaker, MP3/GPS/Smartphone mount, 20,000 Btu cab heater, L.E.D. driving lights, L.E.D. dome light, Twin 27 Watt L.E.D. bed/back up lights, 35 Watt 5000K HID head lights, Running board style nerf bars. UTV pulled trailer, Hitch mount cargo carrier.