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Old 09-13-2012, 02:46 AM
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I have a 2003 Dodge Ram 5.7L HEMI. I have stock rims and tires but i am looking to buy new rims and tires. im was wondering what size rim would be best and how big of a tire i could go so that i get a small lift/rise with out with lifting the truck thanks... all in all how big of a tire could i get with out any problems.
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Honestly your best bet is to do some research on here and look around a bit to get your answers, this topic has been covered a million times. Wheels and tires are a personal preference, what I think looks good may not look good to the next guy and vise versa. It's your truck so play around with different options and idea's. Look at pic of other peoples trucks on here to get an idea of what you like. In the end you are the one paying for the items so you should be the one that likes them
Stock suspension you can fit a 33" tall tire. Without going to far into details and scenereo's 33x12.5 is a common tire size (with diameter of choice) and you can run that with no problems asuuming you get a wheel with decent width and offset.
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I believe that the greater the change in tire diameter from oe specs, the greater will be the effect on speedometer error, power and gas mileage unless compensated for with additional modifications.
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