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Old 01-15-2014, 01:06 PM
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I have a 2011 Sport Crew 4x4 with aftermarket 20x9 0 offset wheels and Billsteins set at 2.1. Currently running 285/50/20 Cooper Zeon LTZ and want to go bigger and wider. I'm interested in 35x12.5x20 but concerned they wouldn't fit without an additional lift (could go to 2.8 on billsteins) and/or spacers. Recommendations on fitment and size options?
With Bilsteins at 2.1" you'll definitely be tight running 35x12.5 tires. My guess is that you will slightly rub on the inner fender (which could be fixed by a bit of trimming). But you can always try it... if it doesn't work then pull off the Bilsteins and put them up to 2.8".

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If I put 285 75r17 trail grapplers on my stock 17x7 wheels, on my 2014 1500 4x4 with 5100s at 2.1, what are the chances of anything rubbing because of that aggressive sidewall?
You should be fine running the 285's.
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I am looking at going taller and wider. Have my heart set on some moto metal 962 chrome 20 x 12 (with -44 offset) with some 35x13.50's. I have a bds 4" lift. Dose anyone know if I will run into any problems.
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Is there some pictures of a 4th gen with this setup?
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I am looking at going taller and wider. Have my heart set on some moto metal 962 chrome 20 x 12 (with -44 offset) with some 35x13.50's. I have a bds 4" lift. Dose anyone know if I will run into any problems.
With only 4" of lift and that wide of a wheel and tire yes you are definitely going to have problems. You would have problems with that set up on a 6" lift....
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I have 33x12.5 on it now with a lot of room! So what is my max size?
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With a 4" lift I don't think you can go any bigger than a 20x10 with a 35x12.5 without running into some rubbing issues.
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Really wanted a wider stance. Any ideas.
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Thinking about replacing the 20's on a 2014 Sport CC with air suspension with the following:


18x9 with +6 offset (5.25" backspace) and of course same bolt pattern
LT275/70/18 Terra Grappler or something similar for occasional forest/fire roads to get to trailheads.
Obviously no lift/level with the air suspension

Overall, keeping same 33" height within a few mm's and same width. Only difference is in the backspacing. I'm putting Bushwacker OE flares to account for the roughly 1/2" that this package will stick out further than stock--although in checking out Sports on the lot (I don't have mine yet), it looks like the tire/wheel package does stick out past the front fender already.

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I am trying to get everything lined up on exactly what setup I will run on my Ram before I start purchasing. I am trying to figure out the correct offset I will need to run 295/65/20 trail grapplers and I am looking at the XD Brigades. Also, how does switching over the tire pressure sensors work or will I need to purchase new ones? Thanks guys.
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I am trying to get everything lined up on exactly what setup I will run on my Ram before I start purchasing. I am trying to figure out the correct offset I will need to run 295/65/20 trail grapplers and I am looking at the XD Brigades. Also, how does switching over the tire pressure sensors work or will I need to purchase new ones? Thanks guys.
Check out the Guide to Leveling & Wheel and Tire Sizing linked in my signature below. It will answer all your questions about the offset required for those tires in detail. To give you the quick answer... for a _x9 wheel you will need at least a +12 offset. 0 offset is more common.

Regarding the TPMS sensors you can either have them swapped over from your stock wheels or buy new ones. I would personally recommend buying new ones that way you still have them in your stock ones in case you ever want to throw them back on the truck again.
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