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I am looking at getting these for the dodge. to help with my front tires rubbing on my sway bar, and to give me that wide stance look i like. has anyone run these before? and what whats have/do you run?

The tires I have on there now are 305-70/17R

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A couple things, first what rims do you have and do the rims have reliefs cut in the back, they are basically pockets where your studs will fit in? If not then the 1.25" spacer you will have to cut your lugs or replace your lugs with shorter ones, I beleave your lugs are 1.5" long, I would order a 1.5" spacer
http://www.motorsport-tech.com/bora.html
Also I would order my spacers from these guys, one of the best out there , I got all 4 for 220 shipped 100% custom order, you call them tell them your wheels bore etc and the adapters come with built in wheel centric rings and hub centric rings to line everything up

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I have no idea if my rims have reliefs cut or not... guess ill pull one off and look at them.

These are the rims I have

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Hey..I have some 1.75" wheel spacers from wheeladapters.com
They are top notch and being 1.75" you won't have to cut down your studs...let me know if your interested...if you order from motorsport-tech you'll have to wait a week before you get them....Fred over at wheeladapters.com has a great reputation and has gotten great reviews...these are hub centric and will fit your ram with 5x5.5 lug spacing...let me know if your interested...
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Btw...you'll have to take off your wheel and look at the back to see if they haVe relief cuts....and you can avoid cutting any studs if you get 1.75" wheel spacers...also, you'll want to stay away from the rugged ridge spacers bc they are NOT hubcentric ie the center bore does not have a lip that lines up the spacer and the wheel on both the rotor and the wheel...don't skimp out on wheel spacers...get good quality ones from motorsports or wheeladapters.com....or the ones I have FS lol

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