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Hi guys , i have a 2011 1500 sport with a 2.5inch daystar lift all around and i want to get 35x12.5x17 tire on a 0 offset rim but im affraid about the amount of clearance on the rear wheel because im planning to load my Atv in the back and i dont want the tire to rub the fender when going into bumps and stuff like that...Does i need to go into a smaller size or that will be ok?The tire gonna be Toyo MT Thanks a lot!
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Should be fine...Could get rear coil spacers or air lift bags for the springs even to help
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Should be fine...Could get rear coil spacers or air lift bags for the springs even to help
The rear have a 2.5 spacer that was coming with the lift kit...As i seen on other leveled ram with 35inch tire theres not much room for travel.. , i was looking for the 295/70R17 tire size too of the toyo MT for a sure fit but i think they will be too much small..
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I went with 35x12.5x17 Toyo MTs on 0 offset XD Crank rims on my 2010 Sport. So far I have zero issues. I have a 2.5” front spacer and a 1.75” rear coil spacer made by Rough Country. The back end will sag a bit with a heavy load, you won’t have any issues with rubbing in the rear end when fully loaded.

However if you’re planning on over loading your bed to the point where your headlights are squirrel hunting in the tree tops I would definitely invest in some airbags such as the Airlift 1000. I would be more concerned about how your truck handles instead the amount of sag in the rear. It’s better to be safe than sorry. The Airlift 1000 will be my next MOD for that very reason and for the $150 bucks it will cost you why not?

Here is the link for the Airlift.

http://shop.airliftcompany.com/produ...g_Leveling_Kit

I attached some pictures so you can see what you’re getting into with the set up you’re planning on running. Keep in mind you will have some extra rear tire clearance compared to my set up since I only have a 1.75” rear spacer.

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I went with 35x12.5x17 Toyo MTs on 0 offset XD Crank rims on my 2010 Sport. So far I have zero issues. I have a 2.5” front spacer and a 1.75” rear coil spacer made by Rough Country. The back end will sag a bit with a heavy load, you won’t have any issues with rubbing in the rear end when fully loaded.

However if you’re planning on over loading your bed to the point where your headlights are squirrel hunting in the tree tops I would definitely invest in some airbags such as the Airlift 1000. I would be more concerned about how your truck handles instead the amount of sag in the rear. It’s better to be safe than sorry. The Airlift 1000 will be my next MOD for that very reason and for the $150 bucks it will cost you why not?

Here is the link for the Airlift.

http://shop.airliftcompany.com/produ...g_Leveling_Kit

I attached some pictures so you can see what you’re getting into with the set up you’re planning on running. Keep in mind you will have some extra rear tire clearance compared to my set up since I only have a 1.75” rear spacer.

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