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Old 07-30-2013, 07:55 PM
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I am not terribly familiar with the 2nd gen rams and lifting. But i'll give you what advice i can.

look up sites like rough country, bds, pro-comp. and see what they offer for your exact truck. Make sure you specificy whether it's 4wd or 2wd. It'd probably be better for you to just man up and get a suspension lift. By the time you install/pay to have a level and body lift installed, you will have wish you went with a suspension lift.

Then once you find a lift, they normally specify the normal tire ran with them. like 35" or 37" inch. You should be able to fit a good sized tire with a 5-6" lift on your truck. Calling local lift shops/google is your best friend to do preliminary research.

And what do you mean by "military tires" exactly??
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