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That's not bad. That's probably what ill go with then. Thanks.
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ok here is my plan lets see what will work

bilstiens for the leveling

wheels eagle alloy series 016 18x10 -24

here are my tire options

toyo atII 325/60 18

toyo atII 35x12.5 18

toyo atII 295/70 18

whats the opinions please

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2013 dodge 1500 stock height stock wheels, want to put 20x12.5 fuel octane deep lip off-road on with 33x12.5R20 rubber, Im assuming I would require a lift to fit the wide wheel? how high, would it even work , if not whats the widest wheel others have run with a 6in lift
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ok here is my plan lets see what will work

bilstiens for the leveling

wheels eagle alloy series 016 18x10 -24

here are my tire options

toyo atII 325/60 18

toyo atII 35x12.5 18

toyo atII 295/70 18

whats the opinions please
The 35x12.5's for sure. Even with those you are going to need to do some trimming because of the width and offset of the rim you want. But it's definitely possible.
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I have been considering the HBS 2.5" leveling spacers for my 2013 Ram, I was just curious if it was recommended or necessary to get a front end alignment after installation. I would venture to guess that it would be but just want to be sure. Thank you
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Yes, definitely. Any time you change anything on the front suspension of a vehicle it will need an alignment.
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I have a tire question. I have a 2014 Longhorn 4x4 with 4 corner Air Suspension on order. The truck comes with P275/60/R20 Goodyears. I read a bit and asked the dealerships service manager if Toyo Open Country ATII that were LT275/65/R20 would fit on my truck. He said "Yes. I can go one size higher than stock and it will be fine". The rep at Tread Depot said "No. They won't fit unless you have a lift kit on the truck." Who is right in this scenario. I ordered the tires anyway so I am a little nervous about the truck with the Air Suspension and the new tires. Anyone have any insight on this setup?

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I am looking to buy new wheels and tires for my 13 w/ air suspension. Not sure what kind of aftermarket setups people have been running so far without rubbing. I read on another thread that someone is running 305 toyo at's on 20" fuel wheels with only minimal rubbing in E/E mode. Hard to believe since there is minor rubbing at normal ride height with factory wheels/tires already. Maybe something that like is possible with spacers or offset? Anyways, just wondering what specs I need to look for to make something work without rubbing issues. I want to keep a 20" wheel and use toyo at2's if possible. Hoping not to go the spacer route either.
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I have a tire question. I have a 2014 Longhorn 4x4 with 4 corner Air Suspension on order. The truck comes with P275/60/R20 Goodyears. I read a bit and asked the dealerships service manager if Toyo Open Country ATII that were LT275/65/R20 would fit on my truck. He said "Yes. I can go one size higher than stock and it will be fine". The rep at Tread Depot said "No. They won't fit unless you have a lift kit on the truck." Who is right in this scenario. I ordered the tires anyway so I am a little nervous about the truck with the Air Suspension and the new tires. Anyone have any insight on this setup?

Thanks,

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