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Old 07-23-2015, 09:24 PM
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Hi Gang,
I wanted to run my ideas by and see what you thought. First, I am driving a 2010 1500 Sport 4x2. Completely stock. My tires are about toast and I thought I would take the time to beef things up. I'm planning on getting some XD Hoss 20x9 +18mm wheels. I would like to put bigger tires on and would like some help knowing what needs to be done to make it happen. I've narrowed down to Nitto Terra Grapler G2s in either 285/65r20 or 325/60r20. How much will I need to lift to make it happen? I considered the Maxtrac 4.5/1.5 or the 7/3. Do I even need that? Would a leveling kit and some adapters work? I really appreciate the input. Thanks.
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