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flip16 02-27-2011 11:35 AM

2010 ram
does anyone know the measurements for the factory 20" wheels?...20x?? i think i want to go with a wider wheel to fit my new tires. the tires are 33"x12.5"x20" the tires just dont look right, and does anyone know if this will be a problem? the tires rub at full lock, if i go to a wider wheel will this eliminate the rubbing or do i still need to add 1/4 wheel spacers? THANKS IN ADVANCE for your help.

Toms Blue Ram 1500 02-27-2011 11:52 AM

Don't hold me to it . But from what I've read , there is some issues with the offset of the wheels . They tires will rub the control arms . If you run a wider tire you'll need to make sure the offset is correct . Hopefully someone else with a 4th gen ram will speak up here shortly .

Ramit9990 02-27-2011 11:55 AM

The 20's on my 2011 are 8" wide. Tire size is 265/70/20.

PorkChop 02-27-2011 03:34 PM

weird my 2009 have 275/60R20 stock for tires...not to sure about the rim i think its a 20x9, hopefully someone can correct me if im wrong

RedRam10 02-27-2011 06:24 PM

My wheels are 20x9 they're the chrome clad versions. There are also 20x8's from what I read here and elsewhere.

CHVYKLR 02-27-2011 07:16 PM

chrome clads are 20x9 with either +17mm or +19mm offset.

flip16 02-27-2011 10:22 PM

this is what i do know.. on a 2010 ram big horn with mickey thompson atz LT 305 55 20" tires they will rub at full lock (turn) on the stabilizer bar. i keep hearing that the stock wheels are 8 or 9" wheels.. so i grabbed my tape measure and a straight edge.. i pulled the tape from the inside of the wheel to the face of my wheel and i measured 9"s so for nowI am calling the stock wheel a 20"x9" wheel. also from what i found the wheels have a +19.05mm offset. so if i am correct you would need a rim with a +17mm or so wheel to stop the sway bar rub. does that sound right to you guys?..... more to come

CHVYKLR 02-27-2011 10:32 PM

if you stick with a 9" wheel then the +17 might work. if you go to a wider wheel then you'll have to do some more calculating.

flip16 02-27-2011 11:00 PM

i never knew there was so much involved in tire and wheel selection for our rigs, by the time im done researching either ill be a pro or my head is going to explode!

flip16 02-27-2011 11:03 PM

i am going to buy 20"x9" wheels with a +17mm offset i think that is the route....going to EBAY! im looking at a set of black FUEL rims. for the price they will work just fine

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