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Old 11-22-2009, 06:57 PM
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I have a 2004 2wd ram and I was going to buy a 2.5 in coil spacer and have new tires put on. The max size the internet said I could use was 285x70r17. My buddy said he'd give me some 1.5 inch spacers for only 20 bucks. My question is can I still put that size tire on or will I have to move to a smaller tire. An inch doesn't sound like a lot but I know it can be make a big difference. thanks
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Im pretty sure those will fit fine. I ran 305/70R17 on my 05, but it was a 4wd. Howeva...I dont think there is any height different between the 4wd and 2wd in those years, so you should be good to go.
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