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Old 07-29-2015, 08:32 AM
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So I have a 2012 2WD 2500 Crew Cab Long Bed, and it has always looked a little off, but now sitting next to my 2015 2500 2WD with the 18" wheels it looks really puny.
It's time for new tires, so I want to know if there is 1. A leveling option for the front of this truck ('15 is solid front axle and a littler higher and looks so much better), and 2. Is there a common tire size I can run on these 17s that will get me a similar overall diameter to the 18s on the '15 without anu rubing issues?
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I'm not very familiar with the 4x2's, but I believe Daystar makes coil spring spacers for them. As for tires, I'd go with a 33 inch tall tire (like a 285/70-17) at a minimum. I'm not sure how large of a tire you could actually squeeze in there.
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