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I agree with Fastnugly, small does mean different things to different ppl. and with that being said, im about to whore out a pic of my friends old dodge... He thought it was fine, and I thought the tires where small.

And my idea of small on these truck are anything under 37's (the QC like mine) just because the cab is so big anything under 37's just doesn't look right.
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I agree with Fastnugly, small does mean different things to different ppl. and with that being said, im about to whore out a pic of my friends old dodge... He thought it was fine, and I thought the tires where small.

And my idea of small on these truck are anything under 37's (the QC like mine) just because the cab is so big anything under 37's just doesn't look right.
Great pic man!
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thanks, I miss his truck. lol . when i wrecked my Z71 I was driving that until i got my dodge. He was sitting on 41" IROKS. got about 9MPG
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thanks, I miss his truck. lol . when i wrecked my Z71 I was driving that until i got my dodge. He was sitting on 41" IROKS. got about 9MPG
Sweet. 41" Iroks are badass!
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Small can mean one thing to another, than to yourself
Honestly, 34" tires on a 3-4" lift is fine
35's on a 4" lift look like 33" on a stock ram
I guess I should've been more specific, considering there are some huge trucks on here!!!

What I'm meaning is, if I put a 34" tire with 17" rim will they look good/fit right under a truck like mine with a 3" or 4" lift??

Also I'd like to try the Bilsteins out after reading about how everyone that has them loves them, I would put them front and back. What would I set them to when putting them in with the lift???

I was gonna be cheap about this but now that thought has gone out the window!!!!!
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I guess I should've been more specific, considering there are some huge trucks on here!!!

What I'm meaning is, if I put a 34" tire with 17" rim will they look good/fit right under a truck like mine with a 3" or 4" lift??

Also I'd like to try the Bilsteins out after reading about how everyone that has them loves them, I would put them front and back. What would I set them to when putting them in with the lift???

I was gonna be cheap about this but now that thought has gone out the window!!!!!
It will look fine man......
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How would I setup the Bilsteins?
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How would I setup the Bilsteins?
I personally set mine to 2.1 and recommend that. But some max them out.
It's your preference really.
But max on them is 2.75". Once settled factor 0.2" less.
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