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I have a 2018 Ram 2500 4x4 with 285/60R20 Firestones... I too hate the Firestones! After reading all the comments here though I guess I should feel lucky that I have gotten 26K miles out of them... I would like to go with a larger/taller tire. Anyone know what the larger tire sizes I could put without any changes to the stock suspension?
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Your suspension isn't the big issue, it's the rubbing. To my knowledge, the largest tire you can fit without rubbing would be a 35 x 12.5. I run stock 18" wheels on my '16 HD and went with 285 x 75 to prevent ballooning. You may not have that issue with your stock 20" wheels.
 

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Im just curious what you went with? I have a 2014 all stock with 20" wheels and am looking at getting new tires. Currently have 285/60/20 Firestones and looking at 295/65/20. What did you get and do they rub?
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2016 Ram 2500 CC 4x4 Big Horn, BAG, 35x12.50 Patagonia's on stock 20's, Lund tri-fold tonneau cover
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My 16 2500 CC Big Horn has 35x12.50 Milestar Patagonia X/T's that previous owner installed. Stock suspension. Only rubbed the radius arms when at full lock (driver's side more than passenger side). I put on 3/8" spacers and now they don't rub at all. I feel that if the tires didn't have an aggressive sidewall they may not have rubbed at all. I did just install a leveling kit with shock extensions three days ago, more for looks than anything. The pic is before the leveling kit
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