So I knew my 2010 1500 inside and out when it came to fitting wheels and tires but I find a lot of conflicting opinions when it comes to fitting 35's on a stock height 3rd gen 2500. My reading has brought me to this point where I'm looking for confirmation from those who have done it...
Guys - anyone know if you could slap 35s on the 2014/2015 OEM rims and not have to worry about lifting/levelling and/or spacing/trimming? I pretty sure one of the BC members is running 37s on his - not sure it's same generation?
Hello all, I am a total newb when it comes to this. I am trying to choose a tire for the new wheels I just bought. They are 20x9 fuel octane and they have 14mm offset, the guy I bought them from also sold me 1.5 inch spacers because I want that bulldog look will these be ok? I have a 2013 1500...
I have a 2011 1500 BigHorn with 20inch wheels. I have had the 2.5 ReadyLift leveling kit installed, now I want to add 35inch Nitto Trail Grapplers tires to the stock 20" wheels and they are saying that I should get new wheels with a zero offset.
As of now I have:
2.5 Ready Lift
My truck is moving along pretty nicely. I think it looks 100x better than stock. I'll show you the progress. Tell me what you think.
PUT SOME NEW TIRES (BFG MT 265s)
SOME MORE NEW TIRES (NITTO TERRAS 285s)
AND HOW IT SITS RIGHT NOW (STOCK 20s ON 35" MICKEY THOMPSONS)
What size lift/level will I need to fit 35"s or 315s on a 2wd ram 1500(2005). I was planning on getting a 3" front level. Would that be enough without rubbing? The tires I am getting are Kumho Road Venture MT KL71.