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Sorry if this was covered somewhere else but I couldn't find it, but would I be able to put 17x9 wheels on a 2011 Ram Bighorn that came with stock 20"s? Thanks a lot guys, time is getting close for new rims and I don't want to get something that won't fit haha
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Yes. Just make sure you get the correct offset to clear whatever tires you plan on putting on.
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Awesome, so would it be safe to say if I wanted to run 285/70/17s on a 17x9 wheel with a -12 offset, would that work? I'm really horrible at this stuff haha, thanks in advance guys
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Yes you could run that set up no problem. You could go with bigger tires than that if you wanted too. Or less of set if you don't want them to stick out so far. It's really up to you and what you want your truck to look like.

Check out some of the sticky'd threads in the wheel and tire section of the forum. There's a few with just pictures of guys trucks with information about the wheel/tire set up. You'll learn a ton of information by looking through there and get to see what the different set ups look like.
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