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Old 01-12-2011, 10:27 AM
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Dick Cepek DC2 or Fun Country II's?
Would love to see some pics of one or the other or both on a 2009+ or even previous years....Thinking about 18" and 305/70/18 or 20" and 35x12.5x20
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This truck has the Fun Country II's (305/55/20) with Moto Metal rims and a leveling kit:





Up-close shot of the tires on a 2500:



If you want pictures of the rims, here's some on older Rams:

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=63228





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City.. that truck look with the 305/55/20s looks sick. I wonder if he really needed the leveling kit though. Would you know how wide and what offset on those rims?

My 2010 came with 275/60/20 which is roughly 10.5x33

the guys in the tire shop down are telling me a 305/55/20 (12x33.25) will fit and not need the level kit. But my chrome clad wheels seem to have a more positive (inward) offset and I worry about that.. I also don't like them that into the wheel wheel either. I feel my truck is screaming for wider tires and a wider stance.

While asking, I also wonder if I can squeeze in 1/2 inch fixed aluminum spacers between rims and rotors.




my truck with stock tires.

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City.. that truck look with the 305/55/20s looks sick. I wonder if he really needed the leveling kit though. Would you know how wide and what offset on those rims?

My 2010 came with 275/60/20 which is roughly 10.5x33

the guys in the tire shop down are telling me a 305/55/20 (12x33.25) will fit and not need the level kit. But my chrome clad wheels seem to have a more positive (inward) offset and I worry about that.. I also don't like them that into the wheel wheel either. I feel my truck is screaming for wider tires and a wider stance.

While asking, I also wonder if I can squeeze in 1/2 inch fixed aluminum spacers between rims and rotors.




my truck with stock tires.

I answered a couple of your questions in your other thread. I'm not sure what offset those Moto Metal Skull's are in that picture.
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