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Ok thanks for all the info, town fair will probably be mad that they already got the wheels in but it's there fault for selling me wheels that aren't going to fit.
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Newbie Here..... Upfront thanks to all of you for the info and time you have all put in to providing help. I am doing a 2/4 lowering on a 1999 Dodge Ram 2/4 STD and want to fill the wheel wells up with tire without scrubbing and rubbing. I am looking at either 17s or 18s x 9 inch with 4.5 offset but am unsure of the tire sizes or clearance issues or if this is the right size? Can I use bigger diameter wheels? This is an econo build that I am doing for a baby brother - mainly paint, suspension, tires/wheels, exhaust, and minor engine upgrades. Any help that you can provide is much appreciated in advance!! I hope I can repay in the future as well.

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Howdy there, I bought some used 17" 2013 ram rims with TPMS 433 sensors. Will the sensors function on my 2014 1500??? Many thanks
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Wheels will, however TPMS may not. Double check with your dealer on the part numbers of both 13 and 14. If its the same, you are good to go
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I know this has been asked in every form possible and the real answer is a trial fitment, but I am trying to make the best educated guess possible.
installing a HBS 2.5 level in front with a RCX 1.75 rear and I want to run my stock 20's with a spacer.
The tire I am looking at is the MT ATZp3 which is available in a 34x10.5 or a 35x12.5 and am looking for advice on clearance. Ideally I would use the 35's and the wider tire.

With spacers, I am not against running up to a 1" bolt on spacer to make sure I clear, but I am not sure where the rub issues are. What is the suggest spacer length to clear? What are the options that will likely put be between the fender liner and the control arm nicely?
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installing a HBS 2.5 level in front with a RCX 1.75 rear and I want to run my stock 20's with a spacer.
The tire I am looking at is the MT ATZp3 which is available in a 34x10.5 or a 35x12.5 and am looking for advice on clearance. Ideally I would use the 35's and the wider tire.

With spacers, I am not against running up to a 1" bolt on spacer to make sure I clear, but I am not sure where the rub issues are. What is the suggest spacer length to clear? What are the options that will likely put be between the fender liner and the control arm nicely?
The Guide to Leveling & Wheel and Tire Sizing linked in my signature will tell you everything you need to know.

If you want to run an adapter type spacer you need at least 1.5" to fully clear the studs but with the stock wheels there should be relief holes in between your studs that would allow you to run a smaller spacer and have the stock studs protrude into those holes in the wheel. You'll have to check out your wheel to make sure that's possible though if you do want to run a 1" spacer. But 1/4" is all you'll need to run a 35x12.5 on the stock wheels.
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Ok, I have a 2012 Ram 1500 4x4. I just installed the Rancho Quick Lift shocks up front to level it out. I am getting ready to purchase the tires, but don't know what to get. Rancho recommends 275/65R20, but I want a little bigger. What is the largest tire I can run with the quicklift shocks? I have read 295/65R20. Is this true? Can I go bigger than that? Spacer needed?

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