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Old 12-07-2010, 08:45 AM
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On readylifts site, it says you can fit 35's with a 2.5" leveling kit. So man up and put some big tires on there! it'll look better when you put your 4" lift on there. I found a place that offers a level kit and a 3" body lift for $600, so depending what your doing with the truck, that could be an option if cash is tight.
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Old 12-07-2010, 08:47 AM
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oh and get the -12 offset wheels, they stick out more, so if you went with the 35's, they wouldn't rub.
Keep in mind this is all information that i've found on these forums and wheel/tire/suspension websites, i can't garantee it's true, but my plan is to rock some 22x9 xd rockstars w/ 35x12.5R22 toyo open country's with the readylift 2.5" level kit. just gonna wait til this xmas business is over

let us know how you make out

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Old 12-07-2010, 08:54 AM
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a quick search yeilded a pic
http://d o d g e f o r u m .com/
forum/4th-gen-ram-general-discussion/264526-anyone-with-leveling-kit-and-35-pictures-thanks.html
wouldn't let me post the link, so i had to get creative. If you can't figure out how to get the link to work, you don't deserve to be on the interwebs lol
he's got a '10 with the 2.5F/.75R
the 11's don't need the rear since they beefed up the rear suspension (says ready lift)

Looks like the guy in that thread has minor rubbing issues, but nothing major

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I have the 2inch readylift. Thanks for the help.
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