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Mprimo 08-23-2013 10:07 PM

Leveled now what?
 
So I pulled the trigger on a set of bilstein 5100 and a 1" rear spacer. I really need help with tires and rims. Would like 35's and no rubbing. Anyone have some good ideas? Oh, I got the rear spacer so I could set the bilsteins to the max.

brandonjansen 08-24-2013 03:44 AM

If you set the Bilsteins to max you'll clear 35's no problem. The width is what you need to be concerned about. Typically to fit anything wider than a 285 on the stock wheels will require 1/4" spacers. If you go with aftermarket wheels you just need to order the correct offset. Typically 0 or -12 for a 9" wide rim.

canadianEH266 11-30-2014 11:20 PM

Couple days ago I got a 2.5 pro comp level. Mayhem wheels with a +18 offset wrapped with Atturo Trail Blade MT's 35x12.5x20 no rubbing and rides just as good as stock

StrikeSwiftly 12-07-2014 07:21 PM

I run Bilsteins at full lift and a 1 1/2 rear spacer. Will soon be moving back down to a 1inch spacer myself. From reading the bils settle around 2.6 lift so my 1.5 in rear is just a bit over kill since I do zero towing at this point.
FYI IMO the ride quality has not suffered at all, only the 35 MTs change the ride quality.

nToxik 12-08-2014 11:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Mprimo (Post 1183839)
So I pulled the trigger on a set of bilstein 5100 and a 1" rear spacer. I really need help with tires and rims. Would like 35's and no rubbing. Anyone have some good ideas? Oh, I got the rear spacer so I could set the bilsteins to the max.

Which rear 1" spacer did you use?

brandonjansen 12-08-2014 06:50 PM

I would bet on Top Gun Customz. They're one of the only companies that makes 1" rear spacers for the 1500's.


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