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Still debating on what route I want to take with my 2013 crewcab sport 1500. I'm kind of considering the mopar 2" kit with rear springs. I know it is way overpriced, but it should help reduce the risk of warranty issues. I have to keep this much more civil/daily driver than my 05 2500. So I'm wondering if I set the Bilsteins at 2.1 (worried about 4x4 wobble at 2.8), with the 2" coils in rear, can I run a 33x 12.50 Toyo AT2 on a 20 x 9 with -12 offset or a 20 x10 with -24 offset with out rub issues. Thanks for the advice and input.
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You'll be able to run a 33x12.5 with that set up no problem. Tons of clearance.
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I wouldn't go with the Mopar kit. Mopar doesn't make anything according to my dealer, they just put their brand on other people's products. If your dealer is gonna give you grief over a leveling kit, it's not gonna matter if it's Mopar, Daystar, ReadyLift or any other brand. Case in point, my dealer purchased and installed a Rough Country lift on my Ram and a Daystar lift on my Wrangler as part of the purchases. They have also installed and sold a couple of new Wranglers with Rough Country lifts.
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I would go for 35's if you're going to lift/level. I put on 285/70/17's and later did a 2.5" level and immediately regretted my tire choice, way to small imo. Bought 35x12.50x17 and i'm much more happy, just waiting to install my 2" rear lift.
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