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Anyone got some pics of stock wheel on 275/285x65 20??? Was looking to get Trailer grapplers 295x60 20 on stock rims, but was talking to a guy from 4wheelparts and he said it would take some plastic trimming to make them fit. I kinda like the way the plastic in the wheel well covers everything. Did any of you guys have to trim your plastic to fit these?
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You should not have to trim any plastic for the 295/60 to fit with a level. There are plenty of people running even 295/65 without rubbing. With stock wheels you may need a 1/4 spacer to clear everything. As far as the 275/285 you will have no problems with rubbing at all.
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Just got 275/65r20 put on today...love it
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Nice truck! Looks badass! Are those Nitto's? Yea it sounded kinds funny having to trim anything, i figured a 295x60 would work with no rubbing
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Nice truck! Looks badass! Are those Nitto's? Yea it sounded kinds funny having to trim anything, i figured a 295x60 would work with no rubbing
You will be fine with that. You could go as big as a 35x12.50, but for those you will need wheel spacers for sure. 295/60 and 65 are probably the most common sizes I've seen on leveled rams and I think the 60 looks great. IMO probably the most proportionate 65 looking a little stuffed.

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Check out the Guide to Leveling & Wheel and Tire Sizing linked in my signature. Lots of information regarding what tire size you can fit with different level heights and has a number of links to different setups guys are running.
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