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I just purchased a 2013 ram1500 4x4 and im looking at lifting it alot and putting 35's on stock 20's.. Can i get that with a 3" ft and 2"rr leveling kit... There sspacers for the front and rear shocks... Any input will help
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We'll I have the 4" Mopar lift and I have 20s and 35s. It sit I'll rubs at full lock
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We'll I have the 4" Mopar lift and I have 20s and 35s. It sit I'll rubs at full lock
That surprises me. Are your new tires wider? Did you have to add any backspacing?
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The highest you want to lift the front is about 2.5". The best way to do it is with adjustable Bilstein 5100 front struts. Set them at 2.8" (they settle down to about 2.6") and call it a day. Then if you want to add some more height to the rear look into Top Gun Customz rear coil spacers. You will have to change out the shocks as well if you do a 2" coil spacer.

Are you looking to fit full 35x12.5 tires on the stock rims or just 295/60/20's? And what type of tire are you looking for? An AT or MT? That will make a difference.... Either way you're going to need at least 1/4" spacers to clear a tire that wide. If you're looking at Toyo MT's or Nitto Trail Grapplers they measure wider when mounted (about 13.4") and might not fit on the stock wheels with only 1/4" spacers.
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That surprises me. Are your new tires wider? Did you have to add any backspacing?
It was done at the dealership. Tried to go on the wheel maker website but it didn't list the back spacing.
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