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morrissiator 06-22-2013 05:17 PM

Tire size problem
 
I have a 2012 1500-Ram Sport, Crew Cab with 20" factory mags. I want to put Nitto Trail Grappler M/T on my factory 20" mags and NO wheel spacers; I also want to put a 2.5" level kit DayStar in the front only.

My question is that my local tire dealer says that 275/65R20 is not going to rub but it will be really close, what do you think about that? I really want the Nitto Trail Grappler tires with the DayStar level kit but I don't want to buy it and get screwed.

Let me know if you have already installed these or if you know how this will turn out.

Thanks,

Kyle.

brandonjansen 06-24-2013 01:39 AM

A 275/65/20 works out to 34.1"x10.8". You'll clear those no problem with a 2.5" level. :smileup:

DRAM11 08-28-2013 01:06 PM

Trail Grapplers
 
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I just recently put the RanchoQuick lift with the 9000XL's in the back with the 295/65 R20's on my Dodge Ram.....absolutely LOVE it...and no rubbing!
The RanchoQuicklift enables you to adjust all 4 shocks to the ride you prefer and honestly drives like a dream now.


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Originally Posted by morrissiator (Post 1132075)
I have a 2012 1500-Ram Sport, Crew Cab with 20" factory mags. I want to put Nitto Trail Grappler M/T on my factory 20" mags and NO wheel spacers; I also want to put a 2.5" level kit DayStar in the front only.

My question is that my local tire dealer says that 275/65R20 is not going to rub but it will be really close, what do you think about that? I really want the Nitto Trail Grappler tires with the DayStar level kit but I don't want to buy it and get screwed.

Let me know if you have already installed these or if you know how this will turn out.

Thanks,

Kyle.



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